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The only reason I gave this a nine instead of ten was because of slight audio problems throughout the movie. Otherwise, a very well done dark slanted horror. This movie relied heavily on action and there was very little of the stilted dialogue often seen in lower budget horror. Richard Blake and Joshua Winch were particularly effective in their roles. This movie managed to tell a cold, nasty story without resorting to nudity, language, and overdosed gore. The character of Jase was a perfect Hollywood don't mess with me father figure. The character of Luke was well acted in tone with the plot of the movie. Overall definitely worth the purchase price and a movie to enjoy on a cold, dark, rainy night.
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