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Having watched heaps of horror films, I suppose I have become a little nonchalant about most. However, this one has inspired me to write a review.
I truly enjoyed this movie. The acting was probably 8/10 as a whole, and there were a few surprises, with some truly superb direction, and production. I particularly enjoyed the slow motion direction of one particular scene.
I enjoyed the humour, and I have to say, I loved the soundtrack. All in all, a film with some difference. Thumbs up! Congrats to a New Zealand flick, the best IMHO, since "Once Were Warriors."
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