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If you love spending two hours watching Lou Diamond Philips talk to walls, you'll love this one. Half way through I spilled a fine cab on my favorite sweater because I succumbed to the awesomely hypnotic powers of this truly event-free feature, and fell asleep holding a glass of wine. I replaced my bedroom wave machine with one of those old portable DVD players with this movie on repeat. Seriously, do yourself a favor and watch paint dry. You'll be just as scared and feel twice as entertained. It only got one extra point from the bottom because some of the visual effects were okay. I'm a huge horror fan and love "Creepshow". This is not "Creepshow". It has the feel of a movie where the writer off'd himself thirty percent through writing the thing. Enjoy!
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