Reviewed by Uncle Creepy
Starring Clayton Haske, Allison Persaud, Tony Luke, Jr., Frank Traynor
Directed by Adam Ahlbrandt
Distributed by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
There’s nothing to see here. End of review.
You’re still here?
I sit through an unimaginable amount of crap for you guys. I’ve taken more than my fair share of bullets for the team. Can’t I get a little slack? The only constructive thing I can say about this dark, dreary, time-consuming, black hole of a film is that it was less than an hour and a half long and had some okay sound design. Sure I can rant about the bad stuff, but …
At least a synopsis?
A guy who sees spooky pale people splashed in stage blood and wearing raccoon-like make-up meets a girl who sees the same kind of stuff. They bond. He gets his ass beat by said girl’s ex-boyfriend and ends up in the hospital. After seeing some more spooky pale people splashed in stage blood and wearing raccoon-like make-up, he eventually takes his revenge upon the giant guy who beat him up. Roll credits.
No, there aren’t any special features.
Now please, for your own sanity and mine … go watch something else.
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