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Bruce Robert Cole
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Half way into this film, I suddenly had a sense of dread wash over me. Was I watching a religious propaganda movie? Was this a 'Hellhouse' of a movie? (Note: Hell Houses are Christian Haunted houses that try to scare you out of sinning). Luckily, this dread passed. I don't believe this movie is meant to be religious propaganda, I just believe thats the only place this film lacks (its religious references seem to preach to the audience). The soundtrack of this film is amazing, from the Descendents to AFI. And except for my small panic attack (first movie to ever do this to me), I really enjoyed the story and plot twists. Its a fun movie to watch. 7/10
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