Haze

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Linda

Pretty disturbing; savagery is appropriate word. I almost "walked out" at 1:33 but ending was somewhat worth the torture of watching it through. Unless you are really interested in frat culture or have the time to kill, I would pass.

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Amanda

That was a very disturbing movie. I can see why hazing should be banned.

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