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Director's Cut Review


OK
Eric Stacey's independent slasher film has more going for it than most (we see more indie horror than any other genre of indie), but it's still a lukewarm entry.

It's got a clever idea: four teens head to Los Angeles for their Big Breaks, unaware that hot young director Cole Wilder -- creator of Night of the Fucking Dead -- plays out his productions with real killers, real blood, and real bodies. That's kind of it, as the body count of our hapless kids rises for the next 87 minutes.

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