Francis Ford Coppola’s first true directorial debut is a solid goth-horror film that makes you wish he hadn’t strayed away from the genre. Coppola, though an obviously brilliant director, has a tendency to get lost in the ideas and themes of his work. He never accepts the stories for what they are like he did here with DEMENTIA 13, a straight forward tale of terror.
See you on forty deuce,
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