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I'm not sure where to start with this one, i just watched the august underground trilogy and am still unsure if i hated or loved it; but i knew that i loved toe tag pictures talent for realistic gore, I also read up a lot about Vogel, and knew these weren't the types of films he had the desire to make, so with Redsin Tower i did have quite good expectations. I am a fan of low budget and underground, most mainstream horror is a joke to be fair, but only when they get it right. Red sin was definitely not a film that deserves praise. The over used cliché'd plot of a "haunted" house or tower in this case, with a few annoying teenagers deciding this is a great place for a party and realise they are mistaken when they start to get killed one by one. How boring, however i knew the story before i watched and still went into the movie with an open mind trying to look past the terrible acting and embarrassing script writing. Basicaly, thats all the movie really is, just another boring over hyped low budget stupid film that didn't give itself any help to begin with, with such a terrible plot and script. The only things i liked about this film was the gore, but sadly there wasn't nearly enough of it to make this film worth a watch. If reading this and you still feel like watching- i'd only watch the last half hour as it was probably the only part that was a little entertaining. There was only one scene in particular that i enjoyed, but frankly Redsin just does not cut it. I wont write Fred Vogel off completely though and will continue to watch his movies and hope he learns how to write a good story to match his talent for creating gore.
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