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Grindstone Entertainment Group, LLC.
The first minute of this movie is promising it. It has the only moments of horror and suspense you find in this entire movie. If you turned it off from there you'd walk away with a better experience.
The characters in this movie are all EXTREMELY annoying. However acting from the kids is by far the greatest horror of this film. Their insentient never-ending screaming is obnoxious and rude to the viewers. Do we really need 10 straight minutes of kids yelling and screaming in unison?? The special effects consists of motor oil dripping from the kids mouths when they aren't screaming. The other scenes ramble on pointlessly. After a while fast forwarding becomes essential. Don't waste your time.
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