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It's been 100 years since The Red Reaper, half human, half demon was traded to the demons by the Teller Witch - her own mother. Rescued by the Reapers, a sacred clan of human/ demon warriors, they raised her as their own, even though she was more demon than the rest of them. Abandoned by her mother, at odds with her Reaper family, struggling with her Reaper training and in love with one man she couldn't have - nothing was going right for the Red Reaper. She was untrained, untested and shared none of her mother's magical abilities. She couldn't even see the future, her mother's greatest gift. Until the day she did. And it changed the world forever. Written by
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This was in the top 10 DVD charts in Asda, I liked the look of the box art so bought it... It is truly the absolutely worst film I have ever seen. To put this into context, I managed to enjoy Starship Troopers 2.
This has the most poorly constructed storyline, and script writing I have ever seen. The repeated use of of dramatic posing, replayed again and again the constant use of dream sequence segments used over and over. The audio which you can hear in a single dialogue being cut half way through, dubbed with a studio recording then back to the scene recording again.
I feel thoroughly ripped off. It belongs in the 99p store - on a 2 for the price of one offer. The phrase "Watching paint dry" should be replaced with "Watching Red Reaper" because watching paint dry would be less tedious.
Honestly, I think it was misleading for Asda to sell this in the "Entertainment" section, I might demand my money back.
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