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Starting out a little slow, "The Evil Within" is a low-budget horror film that started to pick up about halfway through and turned into a decent thriller which was quite a flop when first released (it was one of the few films Sal Mazotta not only starred in, but produced also produced) and was never seen by that many people. This is a classic horror film. Sal Mazotta's Finest! The scariest moment has to be Sal Mazzotta looking through the door in the classic horror scene. The camera, music, acting, and scares are appropriate for this kind of film! I highly recommend this movie to: Horror fans, Mazzotta fans, psychological thriller fans, and even low-budget fans. You will like this movie to death! If you like low-budget thrillers, track it down.
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