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Farah Caroline Woditschka
Let me tell you one thing. If you are in for a big laughter then this is a must see. I have seen thousands of flicks but the way they are talking English here is one big joke. If course it's a German flick and naturally they want to sell it throughout the whole world.
But do you need to speak like that. Don't get me wrong, most of the English is correct but it's the way they say it. They articulate it like they read it from a big paper or something. You get it, this is terrible acting.
The whole flick contains two stories but they really think that horror geeks are stupid or what. They do explain everything that is happening to be sure you understand it all.
On part of the effects are there if any they also are exaggerated. There's nothing gory to mention and the dying is so theatrical, to be honest, the whole flick looks like an exam for school.
Surprised to see some nudity but this was one hell of a terrible flick. Clearly no budget.
Gore 0/5 Nudity 0,5/5 Effects 0/5 Story 1/5 Comedy 0/5
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