This film episode on TV or a short film which goes straight to DVD but a full length horror film it just doesn’t do it for me. The story, visuals and acting were pretty good but I still just couldn’t find anything special or memorable about the film. I only just watched this film but I am already starting to forget what actually happen. I think that is bad. The acting was the best part and the two mains actors do a great job of demonstrating their characters back stories and why they do what they do. I did like the way the story went around in the end, and it was okay I suppose but nothing special and it certainly doesn’t pull the rest of the film with it.
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I don’t know where to start with this film, it’s funny but with a kind of heart felt performance. It’s the best character I have seen Seann William Scott perform. It is funny but also crude and coupled with brutal violence, this doesn’t bother me so I liked it. Super strange film to review.