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Ya might wanna rent it to laugh at how bad it is, but otherwise, dont bother with it, you're not missing anything special.
This movie is all too typical of the slasher film, and evidence that film makers in Germany/Czechoslovakia have no more creativity than our own American ilk.
Director Sychowski simply does not possess the skills to juggle this many major and minor characters in a film of this length.
Good movie! I was told that it was a B rated movie, if that is true it didn't change my opinion=) Thanks Amazon, couldn't find it anywhere else=)Published 12 months ago by Annette Willis- Randle
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This video was so scratched it wouldnt even play in my dvd players I tried all 4 of them. I buy used videos all ther time and was very unhappy with the condition of this dvd. Read morePublished on September 2, 2012 by Ma-2
Just your typical slasher movie lots a good kills, not a bad story, acting was okay, lots of fun for a low budget movie. But i would recommend this to slasher movie fans. Read morePublished on February 28, 2010 by bigmanpac
Description: "School's out, exams are over, and it's time for real life to begin. But before 13 friends from the International High School in Prague disappear to the four corners... Read morePublished on October 19, 2009 by Mimi
I watched this movie at a sleepover and it's so scary! It's very good and I really recomend it to anyone who wants to watch a scary (and bloody) movie. Read morePublished on May 13, 2006
This is the typical B grade slasher pic that rips off Friday The 13th. It's basicly putting Jason Voorhees (A guy in a mask with a machette knife) into a situation where he can... Read morePublished on February 19, 2006 by Micheal Hunt
A not particularly original but still solid entry in the 'lurk, chase, and kill' section of horror, "The Pool" covers familiar territory but does it well. Read morePublished on January 5, 2006 by Stephen B. O'Blenis