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I became aware of this film after seeing clips on an episode of OSW Review. The appeal of the film begins and ends with; There's loads of wrestlers in it. Kurt Angle gets the most screen time as one would expect, but James Storm is also given a prominent role. It's a very slow, quiet film, which serves better as an ad for the natural beauty to be found in Pittsburgh than it does as a horror film. Kurt Angle is the only wrestler in the film who doesn't just play himself and as a result, ODB works the best out of all the cameos as a straight talking liquor store owner.
The novelty of wrestlers aside, the film has horrendous dialogue, stiff acting and a weak plot which fails to interest. I will say this though, I don't think I've ever seen a truck montage before...
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