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The Sisterhood" was lame, stupid, sleazy....in a PG-13 kind of way, and poorly acted by most (not all) of the supporting cast....I will give Barbara Crampton a big break here! What do expect from director David DeCoteau?? Like Schlock and shock King William Castle of the 1950's and 60's, David has managed to become the King of today's B grade horror films. There is an "art" to making terribly bad movies that are actually fun, interesting, and entertaining. David always manages to capture this on film. On a positive note, I really liked Joe Silva's tech-no dance beat score, especially during the hot erotic opening sequence and ending credit roll. I compare his movies to that of a train wreck......so horrible, yet it is hard to take your eyes off it!! 5 out 10
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