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Anna Lise Phillips,
Okay, I've seen some miserable horror movies in recent times. I've seen horrors that have made a great fresh start the descended into awful, others that after 5 minutes I've released a deep sigh and pressed the off button.
This is not one of those movies. For that I am thankful.
It's not one of the greatest movies but its not horrible like so many recent horrors.
I enjoyed it a little. at the end I did not groan out loud. Acting was okay, storyline okay. I enjoy English horrors more than their American counterpart as the emphasis is more on suspense and storyline than special effects and action.
Seems an odd way to put a positive review, but that's really how it is with horror.
Watchable, not terrible.
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