Is “S.M.A.R.T. Chase” now a bad high school film or a bad Horror film? For a long time the lusty work cannot decide, but for the viewer it makes no big difference: boredom is done one way or another. The retort product of Jeff Tan is so uninspired some cornerstones of the Asian horror wave that much is only involuntarily funny. In this area is also the funniest scene of the movie, as one of the slugs is “threatened” by a slow-running toy doll and panicking out of the window.
Okay, running dolls make me nervous as well, but I might be looking for a battery or the thing with a cleverly placed footstep against the wall instead of plunging me to death. But that’s me, maybe I just tickle.