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As Late As The Hour May Be
Written by Buddy Scott and Jimmy Radcliffe
Performed by Jimmy Radcliffe
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Didn't expect much, especially with the other reviews ranging from adoration to grumpy disappointments. I was bored so I decided to watch it. Maybe with no expectations it became good? It can be a bit slow for some but not really, it's not even 90 minutes long and it told enough in that time. I think I got chills one time but maybe it's just because my window was open and I haven't had dinner yet, or maybe not. Feels like there is a lot of backstory to this that isn't told, or maybe that's left for the viewers own imagination. Mine is great so I could enjoy it as it is. Maybe some need more specifics to enjoy a story. Overall I'd say good job at not being a bad horror movie.
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