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Hannah D. Scott
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This is rated and reviewed as if it were just another throwaway horror film, and it really isn't, so I had to jump in and give my two cents.
Right from the start, the film looks and feels professional and interesting, so with the production values and actors who are, with one exception, engaging and believable, it's easy enough to suspend disbelief and overlook some leaps in logic, small plot holes, and the aforementioned badly miscast actress, and just sit back and enjoy the ride.
There isn't enough gore for diehards, but there is a decent amount of creepy creature features (and a lot of vomiting for no particular reason), so give it a try, it's still much better than it should have been.
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