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Ho Hum

By theoldbear
Written December 25, 2014
It seemed to be a mashup of other films. Often the weapons and action took on a Matrix like quality. The lines were too predictable. Some of the scenes were a bit out of context for their time. I guessI expected more. The house of candy was well done.
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Should have realized it was an MTV movie

By robert_wade
Written May 06, 2016
I usually like both lead actors, but this was such a waste of time. It didn't need the language and it didn't need the nudity. And then, of course, was the muppet-like ogre. Seriously? This movie is just one more bit of proof that it is impossible for MTV to make anything that's not garbage. What a complete waste of time & money.
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Bloody good

By Golmaal
Written September 28, 2016
Has everything you want in a horror film! Fast pace, atmospheric, interesting characters plus the added bonus of a troll, who was pretty realistic. Nice end credit song as well.
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I've got nothing

By Ro13
Written May 02, 2016
Cheesy effects, Unnecessary gore (and I love gore), boring. Save your money....for what it's worth I did laugh at it in a B movie sort of way
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A Barely Humorous Parody Of An Ageless Tale.

By Al P
Written October 04, 2015
This film gets points for holding an audience's attention. The premise is hardly believable to one older than 10. Based upon the violence alone, no one that young should be seeing this film anyway. It wouldn't be fair to comment on the screenplay or talent's performances here because the producers couldn't possibly have been serious about either one, based upon the resultant product. Visually, this film is entertaining but that's basically where the E factor ends. Is it worth the price of a ticket? Not in my opinion. I'd wait for the disk, cable or stream. You'll be glad you did.
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