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Devil's Tower is honestly a pretty good movie. It's not fantastic, but it's most definitely not a 1-star movie either. Admittedly it's a bit on the forgettable side, but the acting's good, the plot - while a bit all over the place at times - does hang together alright, the good characters are likable, the bad characters are easy to hate, and while it takes a while for anything zombie to crop up - just over an hour in
there's some pretty good supernatural scenes to tide you over before
you just kind of sink into the usual zombie gore fest. Honestly, all in all, it's a pretty good movie, and worth watching at least once. So, watch it or don't, but if you do, just try to watch more than 20 minutes so you can make an informed decision on whether it's any good or not.
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