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Marissa Lynne Johnson,
Laura Alexandra Ramos,
Maybe the worst part of this movie is it isn't so bad as to be unintentionally funny, but it's close.(Charles Durning's psychiatric sessions bring bad acting to a new level). The only suspense in the plot is how some pretty good actors managed to get into this embarrassment of a film. Let's start with William Forsythe, the college professor, who we are suppose to believe much younger attractive women are drawn too. Only in a fat middle aged man's fantasy world could that be true. And this movie. Nothing in this movie is very believable. I feel bad about pointing out just one persons bad acting when there are so many, but Brooke Lewis' performance as the FBI agent is the most frightening thing in the this 'horror' movie. It looks worse next to Tony Todd's performance as her partner who is actually quite good making her look all the worse. The bad plot(you'll know who did it in the first 15 minutes) and acting gets overshadowed by a terrible script. Maybe its a situation where a director falls in love with his own words. Worse dialog you have never heard. Maybe no actor could do a good performance given what they had to work with. So if you are stuck seeing it see it for laughs and maybe you won't feel so bad about wasting two hours of your life.
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