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If you give the cover art a chance. This movie really isn't THAT bad if your a fan of low budget horror. Though it maybe straight to video - its not shot on video You can tell that they used what skills they knew to make this movie (nice lighting tricks and shot well at good locations.(could be composted - but i don't think so) Though not completely original, most of the writing and characters keep it in the "80s slasher" genre. 1st half is great - some descent kill scenes - one chopping up and off a dudes legs with a machete. It lags a bit in the 2nd half while unravelling the true killer.
Would have been better if they used more references and punched a bit of deadpan comedy into it. I'd give it a 6.5 outta 10.
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