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This is bad in every way. Scooby Doo had more terror and suspense and even when you knew what the ending of Scooby and the game that ending is still better than this. But with as bad as the slasher part was it was not as bad as the tiny cop. We are supposed to believe he chases this serial killer around the globe by himself while wearing his Toys R Us uniform. None of the characters were at all believable as people so they had no shot at making believable characters. The whole thing was like the writer had never seen a horror movie or a cop movie he just had someone explain the concept of them with no details about character development. I wish I could still like movies like this and envy those who do, it would make wasting 2 hours less painful.
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