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SciFi Channel is scraping the underside of the barrel now...
Just saw this thing last night. Why? I dunno. I was also surfing YouTube and even the bad videos there were better than this waste of my time. This was bad. BAAAAAAD. And not in a cheesy B-movie bad-is-good way.
Bad writing, baaad acting, plot practically straight out of the Friday the 13th Series from the late 80s, but without the convenience of being over and locked in a vault in an hour.
Seemed to me that they'd spent all of the budget on visual effects, leaving no money to pay decent writers and cast this movie with people who could act. With the exception of Richard Moll, they must have found these people at community theater productions in towns where the people have never seen what real acting looks like.
If you thought the 8 Movies to Die For picks were bad, this might make you want to throw your TV out a window.
BTW, why is this still (as of this moment) marked as being in post-production when SciFi has gotten their hands on it?
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