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Paul Andrew Williams
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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 »
[to a silent figure in the train]
Excuse me, I fell asleep on the platform
Don't you check them before you lock up?
I mean, it sounds a little weird nobody's in charge here
[after no answer]
Excuse me? Would you mind answering me? You're starting to freak me out!
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I had very high hopes for this film. And as the summary says, it wasn't bad, but it wasn't the best.
The main problem was it appears to have been cut too much, making it look like the film didn't know whether it wanted to be teen slasher or psychological horror. It had a couple of truly disturbing bits but also several, "oh look, we blew the budget on fake blood" moments.
All in all I'm glad I saw it, but I'm also glad I borrowed my mate's DVD and didn't go to the pictures to see it and therefore waste a fiver. Worth a watch if you're a horror fan though.
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