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This is 70's horror at its finest and people who enjoy such films should have a good time with this one.
Even the slight twist at the end wasn't much of a shock as if you paid attention to the flashback sequence as it foreshadowed what was soon to come.
For an exploitation flick of that era, the use of grue and gore is minimal, and what is there is not particularly effective.
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