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Icons Of Fright Review - 13 Sins

Having made his mark directing a couple of found footage horror films, director Daniel Stamm does his best to move over to a more traditional form of story-telling with 13 SINS, a film that while isn’t ground-breakingly original, offers viewers a fun and tense ride. A remake of the Thailand-shocker “13: GAME OF DEATH“, 13 SINS follows Elliot Brindle (SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD‘s Mark Webb), a man with good intentions but highly down on his luck. His fiance’ is pregnant, his racist father is getting evicted, and when he’s fired for not being cut-throat enough, Elliot is in danger of losing his insurance, meaning that he won’t be able to pay for his mentally-handicapped brother’s care taking, which in turn might mean he moving him into a home...

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