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I've hardly made it through this film. There were so many flaws...The Directors inexperience really showed. It's hard to describe so here's a list of the +'s and -'s.
+'s: *Al Lewis
*Duane Johnson (The Hero from the original Night of the Living Dead)
*Half Naked girls.
*The scene with the fraternity brothers, gave a smile.
*The Fx's aren't too bad.
*The toliet scene was slightly humorous.
-'s: *In the first 15 minustes, the Director jumps around to from scene to
scene too quickly for anyone to
establish the story coherently. It
feels as if he's trying to cram as
much info into your head as he can.
*The acting is over the top.
*At one point the scene completely
cuts, from the death of some teens
to a clip of a witch (who was
sacrificed) looking for the teens, to
the confrontation of the head witch
and our hero.
*The hero (in the first story) is a
complete idiot, while his wife is
being prepared for sacrifice, he
prattles on and on about facts that
we already know.
*Why the witches can't go near the
crystal is never explained.
*The character's seem too
stereotypical and are bit too moronic
in some situations.
*The 1st story lacks any originality.
*The lighting in the movie is subpar.
*The foreground sound is drowned
out by the background music.
*The twist ending in the first story
can be seen from a mile away.
*In the second story, the director still
jumps from scene to scene. Making
the story hard to follow.
*At certain points the story tries to be
funny, and falls flat.
*(In the Second Story) An actor's
dialogue is cut short, he almost
doesn't get to finish his line.
*The Twist ending on the second
story is just as predictable as the