When a group of teenagers stumble upon a secret lab, they become part of a deadly experiment - The Recreator - evil human clones. Craig, Tracy and Derek come face to face with exact copies of themselves that have only one purpose; to find and kill their originals. With time running out it's up to the original group to destroy the lab and save themselves before they are replaced. Gregory Orr's exciting thriller brings science fiction to life with a sexy edge. Written by
Original plot idea worth seeing if you're bored, made the time go by without any glitches
I expected a crappy barely passable thriller and it didn't turn out to be bad at all. The plot is really kind of laughable when you actually think about it. To think of dropping a deuce and having a copy of yourself climb out the septic tank and try & kill you is kind of funny. In the end they did manage to explain away the why's & what's. The scenic lake house served as a good backdrop, the production value was solid. The acting could have been better but in films like this you always get fresh faces & some wooden lines but I didn't roll my eyes at anything I could think of. The story as you probably already know is three friends go camping and it rains so they end up taking shelter inside this huge lake house that appeared to be empty at the time until they meet the second generation owner's & from that point everything goes down hill for the three of them as they end up being stuck in a cat and mouse game with their replicas. I think it was a 6/10 but to be more accurate more of a 5.5. Still it's not a horrible film. It all depends on if you are into wacky stuff like this, if you are not then I'd advise skipping it. If you are and are thinking about PPV'ing it I don't want to advise you to dive right into something you may not like, if there isn't anything in your favorite genre available & you like what I described then go for it. It will do fine to burn up 90 minutes. When you read reviews always click on their user name for credibility if it's their first one then most likely it's either a personal attack[(1/10)] or they are connected to the movie[(10/10)]
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