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Being a St. Charles native and frequent user of Munger Road this movie was a must see. I've never seen the Charleston Mall Theater SO packed at a midnight showing!!!
Love the fact this wasn't your gore porn genre horror but a throwback to the Hitchcock style of thinking and letting the viewers mind run wild in fear. The opening shot of St. Charles is stunning and impressively done for such a young crew on a tight budget. The suspense builds up from the beginning and the dual story lines keep you on the edge of your seat for the entire film! its a must see and ill be waiting for the sequel and DVD release, recommend you guys do the same. definitely worth a viewing.
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