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TV Guide Magazine
Unfortunately, Flicker wasn't able to rise above the limitations of his microbudget, and his message is compromised by student-film production values and performances that range from adequate to pretty awful.
New York Daily News
Though Flicker based the story on real events, the execution is so melodramatic that none of it feels remotely true.
An earnest but fatally amateurish and stereotypical melodrama about fraternity hazing.
New York Post
Lawrence Van Gelder
The New York Times
Suffers from clumsy exposition and uneven acting, except in the case of Eddie T. Robinson.
So seamlessly and comprehensively dreadful that its very existence (let alone its appearance in theaters) beggars belief.
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