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Matt T. Baker,
Totally worthy of a viewing. Especially if you're watching it just to avoid doing something else, or you're not really that into it to begin with. It was classic Decoteau. The plot, about a possessed girl who becomes popular (perhaps because of the possession, perhaps not... that's kinda debatable) at least gives Decoteau a good reason to let his camera oggle hot guys. The acting was definitely b-quality, which, really, is what one would expect in a b-movie. Decent plot, hot guys, plenty of scenes with the hot guys, requisite scene with boys rubbing each other down in their boxer briefs. The ending, which I won't mention, was bad. Not super-bad, but bad.
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