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A group of teens find themselves in ogre their heads. No? :( In order to save themselves from a plague, a small town in the 1800s decide to create a magical pact with a hungry ogre. Each year the town sacrifices one resident to save themselves from the plague, but they also never age, and can never leave the town. Now present day, a group of teens stumble across the town and accidentally unleash the ogre. This isn't exactly original entertainment, but it does include some above par acting, courtesy of the likes of Katherine Isabelle, famous for her stints in Ginger Snaps movies. The dialogue isn't cringe worthy either, which makes a change. The ogre itself actually looked pretty cool as far as I'm concerned. certainly not realistic, but it had a sense of vulnerability which meant it wasn't the usual complete human destroyer. This certainly makes me feel more comfortable approaching the rest of Stephen R. Monroe's work.
..Huh. This was interesting.
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