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Could have been a decent movie but the ending and lack of story ruined it completely. It felt like there is at least 15 minutes missing from the movie. Everyone in the àudience just started to laugh in the end. That cannot be a good sign for a horror movie. Overall it feels like this movie was directed by amateurs, i cannot recommend anyone to spend money on this.
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