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What can I say? The concept alone is right off the SyFy channel. However, the acting of a few of the characters was decent. Ice-T was better than expected. Mike MacFeddan was a not too bad as the crooked cop. Peter Patrakios chewed up the scenery with no control over his inner monologue. Chris Jame Boylin was a sexy beast who's handyman skills made the movie worth watching.
Surprisingly, the movie was better than expected and the end built to a fulfilling climax. It wasn't a waste of time after all... I may even watch it again.
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