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In my opinion, this was a pretty decent movie for it to be as low budget as it is. I really liked it a lot and I was not expecting to. I do have to warn, that despite what an earlier reviewer said, this movie is not for children. There is some violence, things of a sexual nature, and also some inappropriate language in some parts of the movie. So keep that in mind if you plan to watch with family. All in all, its a pretty decent story that doesn't resort to over the top special effects or gore to grab your attention and keep it. It relies on the actors and the plot to keep you interested. I particularly think the main male character was played pretty well by Anthony Carrigan. You'll have to see it, to see what I mean. So definitely don't pass this one up!
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