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Faultless acting, complex plot, ground-breaking special effects, scary and realistic monsters and seamless editing are all noticeably absent from this movie.
Anybody making negative comments is missing the point, and a few brain cells. This film sets out to be the worst animal horror film of all time, and despite stiff competition from the likes of Grizzly Rage it succeeds.
There are far too many movies that try hard to be everything this is not, and fail miserably. Those are the truly awful films. This one at least is honest.
Where I mark it down from 10 to 7 is that it is probably intended to be a parody of cheesy horror flicks, but doesn't quite make it as such.
Anybody fed up with the pretentious twaddle that budget horror movies so often are, should find this highly amusing. The cast are likable and not actually bad actors (well maybe some of them are). Motta is particularly watchable, and I loved her encounter with a horse.
Take it for what it is and enjoy it.
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