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Paul Andrew Williams
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In the scene with Jimmy and Kate on one of the trains, there's a dead guy (the train driver) lying on the floor. If you look closely you see he has a moustache. It was actually added on later using CGI so he wasn't confused with the previously killed security supervisor. See more »
When the Creep washes his hands before performing "surgery" on Mandy he turns the tap off with his elbow and when he turns around the tap is switched back to on again. See more »
[They have discovered a barely alive Guy on the tracks]
What you lookin at me for?
I don't know. Can we just get him off the rails?
He tried to rape you - let him rot!
Please - help!
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Better than some recent Horror Movies, But still wide of the mark
Creep doesn't do what its title suggests, it isn't exactly creepy, but it is pretty violent and gruesome. The story is fairly linear and has no plot holes that i noticed and the acting and script are OK.
The problem with Creep is that it doesn't really do anything to set it apart from the rest of the Horror crowd, but when compared to some its not to bad.
With floods of horror movies in recent years (Toolbox Murders, Grudge, White Noise, Descent, Boogeyman to name but a few) Creep is left languishing in mediorcratity.
For horror fanatics, its worth watching and it can hold its own in the genre. For movie lovers in general there is not enough here to warrant your time.
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