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This is the biggest mess of a movie I think I have ever seen. I love B movies, but this was clearly an F. This was not a horror movie. It wasn't even a thriller. The only redeeming value of this movie is that every scene is completely laughable. The script is horrible. The directing is even even worse. I've watched porn with better acting, writing, and direction than this! I feel sorry for all the actors that were in this. I've seen them in better, but it's their fault for choosing to be in this garbage (unless they didn't even read the script before accepting the roles).
For as little screen time as Tony Todd has, he was the best thing about this movie. I feel sorry for Bill Dee and especially William Forsythe. They were obviously doing this flick for a paycheck. But William is better than this trash.
Avoid this movie at all costs if you're sober -- unless you want to laugh!!! It will be even funnier if you're drunk with a group of friends.
I would give this NO STARS if I could.
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