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Subject: SLUMBER (no spoilers)
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Subject: SLUMBER (no spoilers)
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Maggie Q is doctor specializing in sleep disorders, trying to help a 
family besieged by ancient evil.  It's a promising idea, and with its 
quality direction and production, SLUMBER "feels" like an okay horror 
flick.  Unfortunately, its script whiffs badly at the scientific 
'authority' it needed to be scary.  Only minimally recommended.


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