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The only real horror is how terrible this movie is
The Asylum's movies are mostly terrible(there are a few tolerable ones though), so there was little surprise that 11/11/11 would be too. There is something compulsively watchable in how bad their movies are, hence the watching of them despite knowing how they'll turn out. 11/11/11 is a cheap-looking movie for starters. The editing at best is choppy, there is nothing dynamic about the lighting and the special effects are laughably fake, almost as if it took 5 minutes and less than $5 to construct. And the gore needs to be mentioned, as the blood was more melted jam than blood. The sound effects and music are generic and sluggish, forgettable also in every way. The dialogue has enough awkwardness and cheesiness to make your head hurt, and the story is terminally dull being too obvious and predictable to be scary, thrilling or suspenseful. The characters are not likable or interesting in the slightest, the direction is amateurish and has no distinctive style and the actors can't act their way out of a paper bag, that's how painful it was to watch them. In conclusion, a terrible movie, to be avoided and only to be seen just to see if The Asylum make another atrocity or a watchable movie. 1/10 Bethany Cox
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