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Carl Anthony Payne II
I was expecting more of the same from this: fast-moving story, cool characters, funny gore and a bit of a thrill-ride; instead, I got "treated" to a string of crappy introductions that weren't even mildly amusing - let alone funny - as someone obviously set out to make a hip an stylish indie B-pic, apparently without much of a clue as of how to achieve this.
The monsters looked extra lame in the sunlight, the acting - where likely intentionally poor - was so woeful that it hurt, and it wasn't long before I felt that this effort wasn't so much a cash-in on the original, but was urinating on it.
I turned it this insult to film off... and recommend that you never put it on to begin with.
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