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Before you read my comments, please try to understand that I try to see the good in all horror films. "Elves", for instance, was at least funny. I own a DVD of "The Stuff". I'm not one to write off a film just because it has a low budget or a silly premise. However, I have never, in all my years of rabid horror film consumption, seen a movie as bad as "666: The Demon Child". Not only do we have the typical low-budget issues (lousy acting, poorly constructed creature effects, et cetera), we have a host of technical issues of which the production crew really should be ashamed. Through much of the film, the dialogue is inaudible. What can be heard is disjointed, non-sensical, and downright awful. The editing, lighting and story are similarly piteous. I cannot make my point clear enough: I have _never_ seen a film as bad as this. Not "House of the Dead", not "Strangeland", not "Silent Night, Deadly Night 4"... not even "Werewolf". Please spare yourself the agony. You would be better served to sniff glue for an hour and a half.
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