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Video footage from the camera shows that the camera is moving, but in the next shot the camera is stationary. This happens almost every time the camcorder footage is shown. See more »
"The events, characters, and firms depicted in this photoplay are fictions. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental, and very weird. We suggest moving and/or staying away from creepy, alien-run hospitals." See more »
This movie was a good attempt for a professional movie. I found the story interesting, though the effects and such were not as up to par as, say, Star Wars. You have to keep in mind that this was a low-budget movie.
This movie reminds me strongly of the cult movies I have come to love. It's fun, and entertaining - it reminds me of the classic B movies.
I also thought the little girl - I think her name was Bonnie? Was cute, and the mad scientist was creepy. Bonnie was a bit too fidgety though, when she was lying on the stretcher.
Overall, I found the movie rather interesting. The make-up on the monsters was interesting, and some of the shots were intriguing. True, the acting wasn't wonderful, but what can you say? This is not exactly a movie that you should go into, thinking that it will be something it's not. It's a good movie for what it is, and it's not a 732 million dollar production - it's a simple movie, and still better than, say, student films. Despite a limited budget it comes off rather nicely, I would say.
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