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Who wrote this? a bunch of monkeys! This is crap. The reviewers are lemmings. Everyone is afraid to offend. Michael Biehn, I want to thank you for stealing 80 minutes of my life. If you like poor acting and people driving around a mountain road then have I got the film for you.
Barely any nudity. No gore but lots of bore.
This is not a horror film.
It is a horrible film.
I do recommend this for those who suffer from insomnia.
Please stop cranking out meaningless garbage. Go back and watch Halloween.
That was low budget yet original suspenseful and fun.
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