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So if it's indie, I usually go easy on them. But not on this one! Because once again, a movie tried to ripoff The Thing. And the only one that case just a little close to that, but a little I tell you, is Blood Glacier.
And this is NO Blood Glacier either. It's just a cheap copy, a something I've seen before too many times. I feel like I shouldn't even bother anymore because it is pointless. It is a movie that delivers close to nothing.
Harbinger Down is one step behind Blood Glacier and still better than this one. I can't stress this enough, the movie right here, from my point of view deserves to be left alone. It won't show you anything. Not new, just anything. Watch it only if you're planning on falling asleep.
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