Not sure who wrote the previous review or what part s/he played in the movie, but there's really not a redeeming quality to this picture. Yeah, there's a bit of fake blood and a flash or two of skin, but the script and the acting are terrible. The director - who also wrote, "shot," and edited the movie (surprise, surprise) - couldn't give directions to the nearest stop sign, much less assist his actors to deliver believable dialogue. There is probably a 5-minute story in this 82-minute mess about an unconvincing throuple, some skin-stealers, a Halloween party & an old folktale. But the devil, as they say, is in the details. And the details - like well-crafted dialogue, intelligent casting, creative character choices, and coherent plot progression - are where this project goes to Hell. Apparently, the filmmaker realized this and added a disclaimer in the end credits, revealing the movie was made during a hurricane on a $25K budget. Sadly, most of that loot must've blown away because it never seems to have made it to the screen.