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Since this movie had some rather weak ratings, I wasn't expecting much but since it had been years the last time I saw a movie directed by Eli Roth, I thought I might as well check it out. Well, eventually, I didn't care much about the damned thing. At least, it was nice that Eli Roth went for a  (somewhat) erotic thriller instead of his usual gross horror stuff but that was pretty much the only positive thing I could find about this flick. I mean, it was rather well made and I don't blame the cast who did what they could with this material but the concept was just so limited and, on top of that, rather poorly developed. Basically, the whole thing was based on the concept of 'what would you do if you were alone at home and two hot girls would stand on your doorstep  and offered to f*ck you senseless?'. Well, even though it might be a favorite subject of conversation for many guys, I find it rather tedious and pointless and it is definitely not enough to spend more than 90 minutes of running time. To make things worse, the guy in this case was actually pretty decent as he didn't flirt with them and made clear that he didn't want to have anything to do with them. Eventually, the morality of this tale is that you should never open your door to anyone for any reason whatsoever which was just rather sad. Finally, the last thing that annoyed me with this movie was that the motivations of these two girls was completely unclear. Seriously, what was actually their point? Anyway, to conclude,  the damned thing was pretty weak and I don't think it is really worth a look.

5/10
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Added by johanlefourbe
6 months ago on 2 February 2018 22:02




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