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This film goes by many names. However, whatever they call it in whatever DVD bargain bucket you find it in, it should simply be called 'rubbish.' It's low budget. Nothing wrong with that you might say – there are plenty of classic low budget films out there. But this isn't one of them. It's set in a house where four university students move in. The first thing I noticed is that, despite the four girls knowing each other for much of their university life, they actually hate each other – leaving me wondering why they would choose to live together! If their constant bickering wasn't bad enough, their landlord's a 'soul eater.' This, again, presented a problem for me, as the four actresses clearly don't have ever PART of a soul between them, which is going to leave Mr Soul-eater with barely an appetiser to fill him up on.
Maybe I'm being cruel. Maybe the girls DO have a soul. It's just they don't apply said soul to their acting. They're terrible. All of them. Then again, they're acting is positively Oscar-worthy compared to the awful computer special effects when anything even remotely ghostly happens.
Yes, the girls wear skimpy clothes. But, seriously, if you only watch this movie to see girls wearing vest-tops and engaging in some (not particularly nude) sex scenes, then you're better off looking that sort of thing up on the internet and saving yourself an hour and a half.
This film left me wondering whether it was only made because the director to get four girls wearing minimal clothes in the same house for a bit while he filmed them making out?
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