The best part of this movie was the nightmare I had while sleeping through the last thirty minutes. It was a terrifying dream; the most frightened I've been in a long time. Killing Ariel tried so hard and is lame at best. The tone, acting, and visual gags reminded me of a full-length version of one of the tales from Campfire Tales (1997). If this comes on TV during an October horror movie marathon, it might be worth checking out, but don't waste a spot in your Netflix queue, or a slot in the torrent downloader.