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I've seen many monster films over the years, but this doesn't even qualify as a monster film to me...because the "monsters" look more like bad hand puppets than anything else. I guess it would work if the cast didn't seem so wooden, and the premise, although moderately interesting, just doesn't work to well for me. I think the funniest thing about this film, in my honest opinion, is that this is a "horror" film made in India; I just hope this doesn't set the tone for any other films from that country...
Don't waste any money...
Oh, and SCIFI channel REALLY needs to get better filler, too...
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