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This movie definitely reminds me on Triangle but has much less sense and style. It is pretty poorly developed and has amateurish approach when it comes to crucial points. Beginning was kinda promising with tense scenes and reasonably intelligent mystery. However, film takes another track after that and that is mostly the misery of the main heroes which is trying to make impression on us by bizarre scenes that are more typical for Hollywood and in the most of the cases are sign of movie-maker's incompetence. Most of the horror movies made in Britain that I've seen were pretty good, but this one is definitely not the case. Take a look and judge by yourself.
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