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Cheesy amateur 1980's quality 5th grade drama class flop
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Wow, it doesn't get any worse that this! I can understand if this film was produced by a newbie writer and director, but Dale Fabrigar isn't exactly a newb. The writing has to be one of the worst I've seen in a few years... literally, a 5th grader could have written a better script. Plot holes and issues everywhere. 75-80% of this film needed to end up on the cutting room floor. Even at the 90 min length with bearable pacing, there were so many lonnnggg dragged out and unnecessary scenes, this film should have been at max a 20 min short. Any interesting parts where in the very beginning, and then after that it all went downhill very fast. The directing was pretty much garbage. The horror was 1980's technology. The score was cheesy, and the acting... omg atrocious! Even for a low budged C-grade film with C-list actors, this was a huge flop. A total waste of time. It's a generous 2/10 from me, only for the cinematography.
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