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Clark, a young Mathematics major at University, thinks she's found the best deal for student housing: a group of squatters who live in an abandoned hospital secretly. The quirky residents let her into their community provided she follow the rules, including not telling anyone about her living arrangements. All seems wonderful, until she discovers that the reason that the hospital was abandoned was a series of murders in the 1940's by a strange "shrieking killer" who was never captured - and the discovery that someone who's living in the hospital is using occult means to bring back the "Shrieker," a demonic force summoned and controlled by a human who knows the proper procedure. When strange occult circles are discovered, Clark finds herself the main suspect, because she is the newest resident. Written by
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Typically, I am not a fan of Director David Decoteau. However, under one of his many alias names, he does a good job with this film. Editing by JR Bookwalter probably helped alot, too. All the movies that have come out of Full Moon since their departure from Paramount have been made on extremely low, low budgets..and the product is normally crap! This is especially true since 2000....However, this film is different...Okay, corny dialouge, bad acting, or overacting tend to be very evident in this film...But it still tells a story...
To much surprise, the guy that played the homophobic jock, was actually one of the best characters, and actors in the whole film. Though killed off, he was able to maintain a presence in the film, and delivered his lines well, and with professionalism. The Psycho-Lesbian militant woman was just suck! I hated her character!
The Special effect are very amateurish, but compared to most Full Moon pictures being cranked out now...this is a 10 in that department. Something to check out...Would have liked to seen a sequel to this one...
8 out of 10
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