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This movie followed the great recipe for a horror film. It has blood, guts, pretty girls and evil spirits. It also has just a hint of humor that works well and should be used in more horror films. There's a little influence from Suspiria, The Craft and the under appreciated Satan's Cheerleader's. It's not overly gory and the amount of visual effects are just right. It is very much like classic horror from the 70s and 80s and is sure to please anyone feeling nostalgic for that era. Kara Zhang and Falon Joslyn gave great performances. The cinematography is very nice and you get to see a lot of Philadelphia that you don't normally get to. The music was also very good and worked well within the context of the movie. It's a really great independent horror film.
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