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There was one person here in this flick that I thought you have it man, and still I knew his face, suddenly it was there, Scott Anthony Leet, main lead in Freeway Killer, and what a great movie that was. This one here was directed by Mark L. Lester, from Class Of 1984 and so many other well known flicks. Over here it was naturally sold under the horror genre but I don't really would classify it under that genre. I would rather say, thriller or suspense. It never is really bloody, and it's so easy to see who the killer is and what the reason is and what the main purpose of the killings are. The acting is okay and I even found Eric Roberts okay, he's not my favourite one but here he did okay. As I said, it's all predictable and naturally the the way they show the backstage area is exaggerated. I'm in the bizz and let me tell you that this isn't the real life. But I won't go in on that, there is a lot of juggs to see from the groupies and for the fans of Taryn Manning the main lead here there's a quick shot to be seen from her funbags. Nevertheless, I kept watching even as it is as I said so predictable. One to see and one to forget, just like a one day fly, just like so many rock bands.
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