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Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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I looked at the IMDb rating, thought I would give this movie a go.
What a waste of time! It is like watching paint dry or waiting for grass to grow. A complete waste of 90 or so minutes.
How anyone would dare to compare this pile of junk to Jack Nicholson in the Shining beggars belief.
This movie is not fit to lick the boots of that movie.
The characters are 2 dimensional, who thought this garbage up? Do yourselves a favour - go and watch The Shining, this isn't worth a dime, it was actually painful to try and sit through the movie. It certainly isn't horror, and it is barely a movie.
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