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Performed by Snake Surikov & Kira Lau
CC BY SA 3.0 attribution
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If you know what you are in the mood for and what you are getting, Slaughter Daughter is OK. If you're in the mood for a poorly written, poorly acted slaughter with a lot of promise of T&A and some delivery, this will do.
Nicola Fiore is a beautiful woman, worth keeping your eyes on, weirdly moreso when she starts hacking into people. The only interesting acting in the film came from the man who play's Fiore's character's mentor in psychopathy, Tim Dax, who clearly felt no need to mentor anyone as an actor.
Worth the time unless you were hoping for something worth the time.
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