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Ashley Victoria Robinson,
I am a big fan of found footage films and also horror films in general... even from Germany... and even if they are cheap...
But what i saw on the premiere of this "film" was really disappointing. "Tape_13" is just boring, badly acted and even worse shot. Director Axel Stein wanted to make the first German found footage film, which it isn't. There are a lot more German found footage films that were released way before "Tape_13" - they might be cheaper - but they were better.
In "Tape_13" you'll find no suspense, bad actors with bad English, copied scenes and ideas from found footage films that were produced before and a story to run away...
I don't think this will hit German theaters - it's just too bad, too amateur. Maybe a small DVD release for people who don't know it better.
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