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The blurb on the back of my DVD begins: 'Four attractive young women...'
I'll stop right there: four attractive, young women??? Really? Not in the film I watched. Thanks to their wretched personalities, the women in this film are about as attractive as a package holiday to Syria. Even judged purely on their physical attributes, they're nothing special, with only actress Natalia Celino proving slightly memorable thanks to her enormous knockers (believe me when I say that her chest is the best thing about the whole film).
The blurb also describes this film as 'edgy and gory'. Well, if by edgy and gory they mean tired and predictable, with virtually no decent effects, then I guess they're right on the money. Deranged disappoints in almost every department. There's no atmosphere, zero scares, and sod all suspense: rather stupidly, the film begins by immediately revealing the identity of the killer, thereby making the entire whodunit aspect of the film totally redundant. And talking of totally redundant, that's exactly how I imagine the majority of the cast will be spending the rest of their professional acting careers.
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