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Can't decide if this movie sucks or is just so-so.
This movie is pretty much a remake/homage (or more honestly, a ripoff) of John Carpenter's The Fog. The acting and make-up are pretty decent, but the continuity is horrendous. I realize logic isn't something you should expect in a horror movie but the many flaws are clearly due to oversight, inattention or downright laziness. It also has one thing I can't stand. At one point the local police chief notices a security camera and reviews the footage hoping to get a glimpse of the killer. Well not only does he get a glimpse, he gets to see 2 separate murders from 7 different angles including the killer's and both victim's POV. Nice.
I love b-grade movies but unfortunately this movie doesn't suck enough to qualify. But it isn't good enough to qualify as a decent straight-to-video horror, either. I guess the best compliment I can give it is this: The production quality of Jolly Roger: Massacre at Cutter's Cove makes Bog Creatures look like Legend of Chupacabra.
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