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You know when a film is bad? When you spend 90+% of the film wishing, hoping and god-damn praying for the kid to die. I do honestly believe at some point I offered my soul to Satan/Hades/Christopher Lee if he would only alter the film and make the kid die.
The acting is brilliant... well, by Colin Ferguson and Michael Ironside
but I didn't expect anything else, i ONLY watched the film for Colin
Ferguson because I love Eureka. The rest of the acting, i hate it.
The effects are bad. The music is bad. The cinematography isn't bad. The tits are good.
Let's face facts. If you're watching this film you're watching it either because you love Ferguson or Ironside or you want to see a film so bad it's good. Either way, don't.
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