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it's essentially an unwise billet-doux to no-budget slasher flicks, bolted on to some "urban" vagary. first time director writer Arjun Rose was a city trader... and it shows. He demonstrates little in the way of ability with this debut. Directing a not unserviceable cast with all the panache of a go-compare ad,there's every possible cliché you could imagine, used badly,and the character arcs barely register above flat-line throughout the entire film.
there's enough bad cinema around with the likes of " fond of shiny things with no narrative" Michael bay and co, we don't need another.
but that's being harsh to bay, demons never die makes transformers 3 look like Kubrick.
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