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Some of these reviews are way too harsh. I'm not sure what they expected, it's a low budget horror film, not Citizen Kane. But even though it doesn't have a big budget it is still a well-made film. They did the best with what they had.
As for the comparisons to the SAW franchise, sure, I can see that. But all films in a certain genre usually borrow from other films in that genre. Some reviewers say the plot is not believable. Are you telling me that the plot of SAW is believable?
There is some gratuitous nudity but when did that become a bad thing? I will have you look at some horror movies from the 80's and you will see an incredible amount of sex and nudity.
I'm still not sure what some of these reviewers are complaining about. I'm sorry that the Cohen brothers don't make horror films, but until then we are going to have to make do with what we have.
Go take a look at the original The Evil Dead. That was a very low budget film that had some questionable special effects and acting. But it's a cult classic. I'm not saying that Elimination will become a classic but I think everyone is looking at this film all wrong.
The film is good for what it is; a small budget, somewhat campy horror film. It is the kind of film you can just sit back and enjoy for what it is.
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