The very first warning sign on some of these unknown budget films is that the moment it starts, an instant realization occurs that there is no 6-channel audio track with it.. so you get to listen to it in 1980's stereo format and bit rate. Great, I stepped in something stinky, I say to myself. The 2nd warning is the amateur lens shading/filtering technique, to make it look dark. So now we have a dismal looking film, with poor audio. Strike 3 is hokey dialogue and implausible actions/responses right away. So why did I give it a 2 instead of a 1? I'll be honest, it was an interesting concept, with at least good-looking actors, who were dressed well. I watched it longer than I should have just to see them all and check the attire. I gave it a star for that (which is really scraping for something redeemable), but the acting quality does not get a star. Unfortunately, this movie goes in the trash heap instead of my collection.