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The Sea Angler
Written by William Faith and Monica Richards
(Words written by Goethe)
Performed by Faith and the Muse
Published by Neue Ashitik Multimedia
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The title didn't get it's strength from "666" but from "Isaac"
COTC is a cult series: you either love it, even how bad it is, or you just felt like '90 mins waisted in my precious life'. Personally I love it.
When I saw "Isaac" I was shocked; even more when I recognized his picture as being the original guy! The first thought coming up was: "They found a new source". Compare it as Blair Witch part 1 and 2: totally different but still coherent. The movie itself would have been great as the second sequel - not as the sixth. (spolier warning) The movie destroys almost everything parts 1-5 got it's strength: children killing their parents for a better world: the main characters aren't children anymore - and they aren't killing for a better world.
Question remains: is this the worst movie of the series? Answer: No - just watch it after viewing COTC 1! I haven't seen part 7 yet - but I'm already waiting for part 8.
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