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Decent Shock-O-Rama feature that imprudently falls short in ALL categories expected from a horror film: there aren't enough blood, scares, or boobs to satisfy anybody. So what makes it decent? There's a fun conflict between successful sadistic photographer Roger Neale, who is genuinely creepy and depraved as played by Joseph Farrell, and no-nonsense Sam Rogan (Rob Monkiwicz, the 2000's answer to John Terleskey) who is rightfully concerned about the welfare of the models. Among them, Misty Mundae flaunts her inviting "I'm so innocent" vibe, which is always a bonus. And I can't get over how much Rachael Robbins as Neale's assistant resembles Naomi Watts circa Mulholland Drive, mirroring her round face, bobbed blonde hair, and even speech patterns. So while it takes forever to get to the actual horror portion, at least this slow boat offers passable recreation amenities for the voyage.
Fun With Credits: "Anyone claiming that any character in this film is based on him should be ashamed to admit it. I sure would be."
Low budget horror flick on the verge of being bad soft-core porn. Horrible.
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