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Sarah (Roxanne Pallett) has just moved into a block of flats to start a new life away from her abusive mother. There, she strikes up an unconventional friendship with squatter Sid (Jason Mewes). When Sid's friend Paul goes missing, he and Sarah unearth a series of strange deaths and disappearances. Watched by a malevolent spirit controlling the building's televisions and cameras, reality and fantasy merge as events are twisted into a sick movie on a TV set high in the block of flats. Sid and Sarah are thrown into a fight for survival when the vengeful ghost controlling a horde of zombies possesses Sarah's mother (Frances Ruffelle). Evil suddenly has a familiar face. Written by
I do not normally comment on movies but this one needs to have an alert before you watch it, it is that bad! The Devil's Tower is by far a 'b' grade movie, and yet another zombie one at that. All we see lately is zombies, there's plenty of movies that are better than this one. Roxanne Palette's acting as really gone downhill since she left soap opera's in the UK. She's had a few minor parts in other 'B' grade movies, but they were worse than this one. I watched this one for about the first 20 minutes, that was enough - If you are still in to the Zombie Feast movies then watch it, else if you are like me, you will avoid it like the plague! It must be that time of year again when writers are just throwing out all the rubbish for Halloween.
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