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I really enjoyed the homage paid to Hitchcock, Kubrick and several horror classics. You'll be reminded of scenes from Psycho, The Shining, and Poltergeist. I always find it enjoyable to watch one director tip his cap to others. Look for the Orson Welles' low angle shots, some really interesting framing, and the face on the radio as it emits Poltergeist-like static. Brian Chamberlain is fun to watch as he finds himself in the middle of a nightmare with all kinds of tangents. Open one door and there's another, each one leading him deeper into the abyss. Ann Bobby, as usual, is a hoot. It's great to see local film makers using local actors and locations that you recognize. It brings an immediacy to the viewing experience that adds to the enjoyment.
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