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I've read reviews that compared this movies visual style to that of the old Hammer-Horror classics. Maybe my memory doesn't serve me well but I could have sworn those were Technicolor dreams where everything from the set design to the lighting showed a tremendous amount of care and craftsmanship. What I don't remember is them looking as if they were shot on a bad HD-cam with all the charm and finesse of a private holiday- or maybe a wedding-video. It is probably no overstatement that there's porn out there whose production values easily rival those of this sad,pathetic attempt at adapting a horror classic. Of course direction and acting are all sub par too, but whoever wants to give this "movie" a try because he hopes for exciting visuals has a big surprise coming to him (and not in a good way). It's good for an alcohol fueled "let's watch the biggest trash we can get our hands on" evening, though.
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