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I'm rating it at five stars out of ten. It's a nice little independent low budget thriller. Little to no gore yet still a lot of anxiety, doubt and more than a few attempts at twists.
It's one of those "small cast suddenly finds themselves in a weird place and being manipulated - kind of like "Cube" and "The Employer." In this case, it's a married couple who are in separate rooms and are being tested as to what is true or false.
The cast is tiny, and their budget must have been miniscule. Special effects weren't really even needed - it was that cheap. Yet for what they paid for it they did pretty well.
No it's not perfect. The plot didn't follow through and it spun around and at the end I still felt kind of unsatisfied that the whole thing was resolved. But it definitely made a 5.
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