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Don't you just love when the infamous Asylum production discriminates your brain? It's just intolerable! I know, now you're thinking "then why did you watch that film?", because I want to issue a warning to all people who loves to watch movies, to avoid this at every cost. So, this movie was directed by Mary Lambert who directed "Pet Cemetery" and it's sequel. But, Mary is definitely one of those directors whose career was washed up and so, she joined the Asylum. Now I don't know I bet that producers of Asylum are the fans of Debbie Gibson and Tiffany And they took this failed director and these two failed singers oh yes, how did they call them? The 80s pop sensations? What sensations? The two of them had only one hit song that sucked big time. And they obviously wanted to show some kind of rivalry between the two "pop sensations", and they did it with the duel on a party, which was one of the funniest things I have ever seen especially in the film that, like tends to be somewhat "serious" That duel was predicted by Bill Hicks, if you ask me Now, what to say? Directing was horrible, acting was dreadful (all actors in this film wow they never ever heard about acting. Tiffany and Debbie were characters that presented a last straw in this crap, two failed "pop sensations" in failed movie career. Are they that dumb, not to notice that the joke was on their expense?), editing, music score, camera work, well that's asylum and CGI which is the highlight of badness no need to talk about this in this moment, my fingers are shivering and my brain hurts! Avoid this and do something better with your life, fill your bathtub and practice holding your breath for a two hours. It's far more exciting than watching this turd.
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