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After a mildly intriguing start, this clunker pops and fizzles through every cliché imaginable. Nobody on screen learns a blessed thing about the mysterious goings on at an abandoned lodge and neither do you, dear viewer. While a few intriguing clues are sprinkled through the film, they lead nowhere. It's a good thing somebody produces a gun halfway through this disappointment, because it gives the sad sacks stuck at the lodge a chance to fire bullets into each other, instead of merely swearing and beating each other up. If your idea of fun is watching a succession of unlikable people go off-screen and disappear like Barbara Eden in I Dream of Jeannie, then this one's for you.
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