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Horror? Are you kidding me. There's no such element of horror. The first few minutes were good and the opening especially but soon I found the plot swinging around some bad direction. Misha is not well in her act but yeah for fans there is a topless shot. It can be suggested that the plot got strangled with a low budget and poor direction. I came to know later that it is derived of a book so it makes things pretty clear. Its common that directors are not able to present a book properly in short running time of a feature film. The same could have happened to it as well. There are many loose ends in the movie. Its average as a thriller but not appropriate for horror genre. No big surprises as well after you know the name of the movie. So overall its not worthy to that extent which was expected after the start.
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