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The plot summary on the back sounded somewhat interesting, so I rented this one tonight. I just finished watching it.
Overall, there's just not much to say about it. Everything is slightly worse than mediocre. The movie falls into that ugly gap between being so bad it's entertaining and being an honestly good movie. The four "characters" are basically non-existent and there's close to no background about the "monsters". Speaking of those, they aren't even especially gruesome in any way, neither regarding their looks nor their practices. The film tries to get some tension going, but it just didn't work for me at all. The plot is as foreseeable as it could be right from the start, not a single surprise to be found and the ending is very, very... unsatisfying.
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