Jeff Thomas' horror film 13 Seconds starts with a rock band setting up a makeshift studio in a deserted school building. Almost immediately, the band and the hangers on start suffering from bad dreams and spooky hallucinations. They stumble across a room full of paintings that depict people they knew being mutilated and killed. The band must figure out what is going on, before they succumb to the spirits around them. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
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Kinda hard to watch this movie because the whole thing is poorly lit. There is one scene when a guy DOES turn a light on but a few seconds later a "ghost" turns it off and we're right back to being in the dark.
Speaking of being in the dark, it's where I was trying to figure out what this thing is about. It's all over the place. There is some gore scattered throughout the movie but there isn't any context. Even Satan himself appears at the end and kinda explains everything but even He can't save this film. Yea, it's pretty bad.
I cannot recommend this movie.
Saw this movie, and i immediatley went to work on my wrists. After the hospital released me, I decided that I wanted to live- until I heard that he was making a 2nd film, and that it was just as bad, if not worse, then the aforementioned. This film should be viewed by homeland security, as it poses as a serious threat to the United States, and everyone in it. The terrorist level is ORANGE on this one.