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a great alternative to "I know what you did last summer"
I thought this was one of the best horror movies I've seen in a while, and it has a unique ending which may leave you cheering for the "bad guy."
The casting is very good. I get the feeling the cast had fun doing the filming, and you don't get that plastic character feel so common nowadays, like in lame movies like Virus and Event Horizon. There are also some cool visual transition effects and the play of two stories running on a parallel timeline. Just a cool sleeper horror flick.
Expect some gore and nudity in what I think is a good ole hack-and-slay, Friday-the-13th style film, set square in modern 2000.
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