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Funniest and best comedy/horror I have seen since... ever?
This film made me laugh out loud from start to finish and made me physically cringe at the gore more than any other film in a way that was very enjoyable as it is also a great comedy but still gory, not for the squeamish.
It exploits every horror cliché in the book better than any film I have seen and beats the 'Scary Movie' series hands down - an unbelievable achievement for such a low budget, very clever film making. I watched it with an audience of about 100 people and the collective laughter and groaning at the horror added enormously to the experience.
This film should be up there with classic cult films such as The Evil Dead, Wishmaster, Sean of the Dead etc. Go see!
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