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Charles L. Trotter
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Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
this is one sick and twisted movie.there isn't a lot of gore,but what gore there is,is pretty extreme.i also thought there was some continuity problems.some of the scenes don't seem to have any context,so it is hard to follow.it's a B movie,for sure,but,despite its problems,i thought it was OK.i liked the music and the atmosphere,and the story was interesting,though not completely original.think Evil Dead and a bit of Child's Play.i didn't think the acting was too bad.i don't think it was great,but i have seen much worse.towards the end,there is a hysterical scene,which sorta reminded me of the Child's Play movies.for me Curse of the Maya,AKA Dawn of the Living Dead(nothing to do with George A. Romero's "Dead" series)is a 6/10
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