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This movie tells the story of a skeleton crew working the final shift at a soon to be demolished police station. The night takes a gruesome turn when the demon, Inkubus, calmly walks into ... See full summary »
Not great but better than the reviews. A few good laughs.
Low budget for sure, and yeah it had some weak moments but the acting was excellent. The bad points were the make-up and the the waste of Robert Englund and the guy who played Bricktop in 'Snatch'. Plus, this is really a 45 minute movie padded to fit 90 minutes.
But if you keep your eyes open you may catch some very subtle humor like when the werewolves write a threat in blood and one of the strippers uses blood to correct their grammar.
What I really like is the seriousness and enthusiasm with which the actors tackle their roles. Obviously, this is a tongue in cheek movie but the actors are deadly earnest. Admirable.
It doesn't have a Hollywood budget and it could have had better pacing, but it was more fun than expected. It would have been a fun episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It's just not enough for a full fledged movie.
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