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"This film is a work of fiction. All the characters and events in this film are fictitious. Any real people or real events that are similar or remind you in any way of the events and people in this film are purely coincidental. It was an accident, I, the writer and director, Rolfe Kanefsky, didn't mean it and am truly sorry." See more »
This is a fun little spoof of the crappy 80's style horror flicks we grew up with... the twist (the same kinda hook that Scream used about five years later) is that the hero is a guy who's seen so many of said crappy horror flicks that he realizes that he might actually be IN a crappy horror flick, then uses it to his advantage.
The best news tho is that the new DVD edition of "There's Nothing.." not only has a MUCH better transfer than the earlier video release (and is letterboxed), but also a bunch of fun extras and commentary. The movie is a hoot, and the extras make it even more worthwhile.
Sometimes it's fun to kick back with a b-movie that knows it's a b-movie and has fun with that. Low budget and cheesy, but far more fun than most of the Hollywood horror flicks released in the past decade.
*** = movie ***** = DVD
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