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Definitely a must watch for the psychological thriller fans!
This movie was a breath of fresh air for me. I am a huge horror film fan and so many times I am left disappointed with the so called "horror films" of my generation. (Which most time turn out to be nothing but a porno with some blood and guts thrown in.) This movie exceeded my expectations by a long shot. It had an interesting sotry line that kept me ineterested through out the entire film. It also was not just another gory joke of a horror film. This movie played totally on suspense! It leaves you wondering what's real and what's not, and it really makes you think! 9/10 from me. Its definitely a must see if you like the psychological thriller genre. :)
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