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I'm not sure where to begin, this is B Grade with extra B. The acting is probably the worst part but the cinematography and writing must take some of the fault. This is a lot like a high school drama production where the IT guys got roped in to provide some special effects. It's similar in theme to movies such as Constantine but as interpreted by someone who only had a couple of thousand dollars to make it and blew most of that on Danny Trejo rather than production values. Even if you like B grade schlock (which I don't) this one may be too painful to live through. I went through to the end in the vain hope there was some redemption for this but there was not. An over-long cheesy knock off of The Exorcist to open and a sputtering finish that looks like they ran out of money. Nothing worth waking up for.
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