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Avoid this one like the plague. It runs like a bad lifetime 'thriller of the week'. Instead of Markie Post, we get Lindy Booth eagerly trying to earn a Razzie. At least Nick Cornish is hot and he can act (a little).
The plot is boring, the editing is predictable. I'll give them a little credit for the cinematography. The G-list 'stars' appear for a few scenes and disappear. I suspect they were grateful to meet their bloody destiny in order to be spared the suffering of the rest of this dismal film.
IF you're going to make a bad movie, at least make it campy or amusing. This is just a badly written and directed thriller without thrills.
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