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I was looking for a horror film last night and came across this one in the video store. It surprised me because I had never heard of it. What a great find! I laughed all the way through it. The plot twists were nice, especially where I assumed something was going to happen one way because it always happens in these type of genre films, then it twists for that very same reason. A certain Japanese scene that comes out of nowhere is my favorite.
Kelly Hu is hot but no where near as hot as the girl who plays Jezebel. She is smoking, and I'm surprised I haven't seen her in more stuff. Definitely got a new fan in me.
Devon Sawa is funny and Ken Foree is as solid and reliable as ever, even pretty funny himself in a gruff mentorish sort of way.
It's a low budget movie so I can see why I went straight to DVD but still, definitely worth the 90 or so minutes it takes to watch.
Hope they make a sequel.
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