Director Gregory Darks contemporary B-movie gorefest has all the necessary trappings to leave genre fans satisfied and others slightly nauseous. The scene is set when a group of juvenile delinquents arrive at a roach-infested ruin of a hotel where they have agreed to work in exchange for lighter sentences. They are led by a cop who lost his hand four years ago in a struggle with a brutal serial killer whom he killed with a bullet to the head--or so he thought. Now the very same hulking monster played by WWE wrestler Kane haunts the halls of the dilapidated hotel and with no further adieu begins picking off the teenagers one by one. He metes out his own brand of justice having been taught as a child by his punishingly Christian mother that the eyes--the windows to the soul--must be cleaned to please God he gouges out the eyes of each of his victims. The camera does not shy away from this or any other terifically squirm-inducing action while the hyperkinetic editing maintains a head-spinning pace. The characters remain one-dimensional and stereotypical true to teen slasher tradition but there are enough twists and gleeful scares to make it well worth the while.
Release Date: 05 October 2009
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 85 minutes
Production Year: 2006
Main Language: English