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SYFY better step up it's game, because this is 21st century cheese at its BEST
First let me say that this grade represents the score I gave it on my own "cheese-o-meter"
So I like the occasional cheesy movie. I mean 80's cheese is great, 50's and 60's classic "B" movie is delicious vintage cheese (like Ed Wood movies)...
and of course SYFY's Piranha-conda-shark-croc-a-nado movies are golden...but after seeing this movie , syfy has a lot of catching up to do. This movie is the Crystal Meth of cheese. I'm now addicted to Japan-A-Cheese. I need more! I'm in withdrawal big time!
On that note...this has to be the best. movie. EVER. ;)
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