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This atrociously atrocious atrocity is a showcase for the producing company Cine Excel's staggering lack of talent and decent budget. Laughable special effects, ineptly staged fights and a fair number of action scenes all taking place in the same couple of empty stairs make up for a delightfully pathetic excuse for entertainment.
The best thing about this mess is the reporter's character, played by Cine Excel regular Mel Novak : this guy obviously serves the purpose to explain the plot for the audience. But not only that : since Cine Excel lacks the budget to film any decent action or plot development, Novak's bizarrely omniscient character will indulge in over-complicated explanations, so the audience will (hopefully) believe that they are seeing a movie with a real plot. As a result, the whole movie is rendered nearly incomprehensible. Quite a feat. This is a definite must-see for fans of the "so-bad-it's-good" genre.
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