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Acting was good, premise was good and it was the perfect runtime for a movie like this.
Typical horror movie mistakes made by main characters who ultimately have themselves to blame for each jeopardy moment. Plot holes and cliches every 10 minutes. Relies only on the now unoriginal and outdated scare methods of all other modern horrors, signalled by the usual suspense building music and silence break before RAWR monster nearly got you. Boo jump yawn. No explanation for the creatures' existence, no background for the characters.
All in all there's nothing new here, if you like simple Boo Jump movies you can munch popcorn through you'll find this worth a watch. If you like a bit of depth and thought then this isn't for you
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