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This is easily one of the better After Dark Horrorfest films yet it is rated abysmally low on a scale of 1 out of 10. I don't get horror fans, and I'm the biggest horror fan I know. I've watched the worst of the worst and the best of the best. I don't like every film I watch, but I know the difference between a horror film that should be rated a 1-4 or one that should be rated a 5-8, and this one is definitely above a 5. When you watch enough really bad horror films, you know how to pick out the better ones.
I've read many of the reasons this film is hated and I don't understand any of them. The acting is not bad at all. If it is the depressing ending that bothers you, then I say quit watching horror films! Or at the very least stick to the PG-13 rated ones because you obviously cannot handle anything above that. I'm not going to give anything away, as it has already been given away on here enough. If you like After Dark Horrorfest films and don't always need a happy ending to like a movie, then watch SLAUGHTER.
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