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Anthony Michael Hall
Anthony Michael Hall,
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Lawrence L. Simeone
Have we been spoiled by expecting contemporary films (with the exception of porno) to start off with a bang? A blood-splattered wall is all you get here then the pic drifts off into dialogue from there and 15 minutes in and you're still wondering do you give a toss if a serial killer is on the loose, or not because 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre' it aint.
Nice to see the colonial Victorian-style weather-board houses of tropical Queensland but sadly nobody was drinking 'XXXX' - the Australian word for beer.
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