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Never in my movie watching experience have I ever seen a picture so horrible. This poor excuse for a horror film is deplorable. The over-acting by each of the cast members would cause Bella Lugosi to roll in his grave! The effects are all cheap and staged as well as the dialog. This film should be taken off the shelves and burned at the stake. To anyone who went to the theaters or rented this (yours truly included) we should demand Hollywood use this film as a standard to never, never let a movie be this bad.
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