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As small budget films go, this movie is just plain fun. I enjoyed midnight meat train for it's simplicity and effectiveness. Now, understand that I love gory over the top flicks, and this is what you get here. Say hurray for the bad guy cause there's plenty of that in this. I imagine this will be on IFC at some point, and it's a great midnight popcorn flick.
If "Taken" had been rated R and much more twisted, you'd come up with this.. and for myself and many others, that's just what I'm looking for.
For a look into the mind of the truly psychotic, I recommend giving this fun ride a go.
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