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Cheesy to boot low budget a little blood here and there not the best I seen but it was alright movie.
Although it's not the most complex movie out there, Carny makes for hilarious quotes and corny creature attacks.
It was an interesting movie that I watched on tv - ending was kind of cliffhanger but there could be a sequel maybe ?!
Interesting movie. Mainly watched it out of boredom the other day. If you like bloody B Movie horror flicks then this is for you.
Some decent scenes but a lot of horrible acting and uninteresting characters. The monster wasn't too great and the ending went on far too long until it went bad with the death of the main character. Not one of RHI's best but not one of their worst either.
Decent acting, so at least it has that going for itself. Not too bad of a story line either. But it's not as great as I'm making it sound.
A fairly decent story, that could have been so much better. Lou Diamond Phillips, once had an amazing acting career. What happened?
F for effort. The Jersey Devil was different sizes throughout the movie. CGI guy should be fired.
A carnival might be one of the best settings for a horror movie concievable, next to orphanages and mental asylums. However, with a title like this, I expect depravity and playful carnage, psychotic clowns and murderous midgets and whatnot. I do not expect a group of carnival bums haplessly releasing a poorly animated imp on some backwater community. SyFy is what SyFy does, I suppose.
"The Devil speaks with a forked tongue and must be silenced"