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It's watchable, not as bad as other's have portrayed it
This isn't great horror, but it's definitely good enough to watch; I would watch it again in a minute. Certainly the territory has been covered before with shock horror and a twist ending, but I wasn't expecting some great burst of originality, just a decent movie experience, and I found it.
There are the standard horror clichés; people where they shouldn't be, ignoring all the warning signs and acting somewhat stupidly. You've seen it before, you'll see it again, and it's here in all it's splendor
however, that doesn't spoil the movie. There are decent special
effects, some good shock moments, and a twist at the end to fulfill your expectations and keep you from falling asleep.
It's worth a rental if you're in the mood for some horror and nothing else catches your eye.
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