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If we just stick to the plan, things will go as easy as pie.
The movie opens with two criminals discussing a bank robbery and the escape plan. Everything sounds fine, and it goes off as planned. Only, when they get into the tunnel that they were to use for escape, they come head-to-head with a slasher with a pick axe that lives in the tunnel and, believe it or not, collects eyeballs.
I would not call it as gory movie. Yes, the slasher does use some kind of eyeball-removal tool after he kills, but that wasn't really bad. It is the terror that makes it interesting.
Sure, we have seen this many times before. Originality is not something we expect in horror movies. But it was done well and there was plenty of excitement as they try to escape.
I am really not sure about the ending, though. It just didn't seem to fit.
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