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Sadly this just is not any good at all. Another low budget horror flick that's not worth your time unless you eat this stuff up. The story looked interesting and original from the back of the box, so I popped it in, eager for a good suspense/thriller movie. But no, it's not good, at all, and if you put it in expecting a good movie then you will be thoroughly disappointed. The acting is bad all around, especially Tom (Randy Wayne), who can't manage to put any real feeling into anything he does, or, even worse, Fred (Paul Darrigo), who's horrible "acting" was actually enough to make me cringe in embarrassment.
The plot goes nowhere, and the whole 'mystery' is absolutely ridiculous when it's revealed near the end. The blood mostly looks fake, but there is some good gore (albeit the fact that it's pointless and does not help the story at all). I can't even say this movie was a fun experience, except for Jenny (Ashley Nelson), who was a decent actor at most, and very good looking. Served as something to look at, especially since she was often clad in short shorts or tight white T-shirts. Probably the only redeeming factor of this film.
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