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|Wages Of Sin|
Actors: Ashlie Victoria Clark, Lauren Zelman, Brandon Michael, Billy St. John, Prentice Reedy
Director: Aaron Joseph Robson
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
When beautiful college graduate, Sue Walker, inherits a house in the countryside, she and her friends decide to make it their destination for a weekend getaway. Upon entering the long-abandoned home, they unwittingly relea... more »
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Keith A. (Keefer522)
Reviewed on 8/28/2013...
Lame shot on video horror poop about a group of annoying twenty-somethings who go to a secluded country house for a weekend of partying, only to find that the place is haunted by the ghost of a crazed preacher (the house's former occupant) who killed his family there twenty years ago. Part "Amityville," part "Exorcist," part "Frailty," equals all crap.
Gawd, I gotta stop buying movies out of the bargain bin...
Nice little movie for halloween movie marathons
Josh Bernsdorf | spokane WA | 08/31/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"this movie was well crafted. with excellent performances from all. if you want to find a good "low budget" movie to watch with friends, this is one you should add to your list. the camera work was very well done, the story kept you interested, the sets and location were well thought out, and i enjoyed the subtle yet incredible special effects."
Dont waste your Money
J. Sam | Maryland , USA | 01/12/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This movie sucks. Although the cover may suggest something good, it really isnt at all. It lacks the professionality of pro-movies; everything looks and sounds amateur. And no, its not scary at all. Total waste of money coz i bought it new!, Dawm it."
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Jery Tillotson | new york city | 04/30/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I only paid $5 dollars for this DVD that contained four movies and this was among the four so i don"t feel like i lost any money__but i did lose thirty minutes of my life after i ejected it halfway through>
this hideous exercise in nothing literally looked like something a high school kid would film with his home camera and got a group of his buddies to enact four miserable charactes. One idiot boy calls everybody "Dude". The girls are forever screaming about seeing somebody in the woods and so they make the "Dude" boy go check it out. The girls are too afraid to look themselves, you see, so they send somebody else who might be murdered--and the "Dude" boy does so eagerly.
There is zero rapport among the cast. They all act like they can hardly wait get away from the camera so they can go smoke some weed or guzzle some beer or hangout on their cell phones.
It's amazing that a movie so inept managed to get a DVD release. That gives me hope. I think I'll get out my cell phone and run over to the nearest Wal-Mart and make a quick 1 and 1/2 hour movie of shoppers wandering around the specials on dog food, kinda like a bunch of zombies, and sell it tothe SyFy Channel--which would probably flip out over its authentic look of real life."