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He opts to go find out on his own and by this time you're asleep. The gory stuff is done off screen. This is not a teens going to the wrong place and being tortured type of movie. Fairly lame in slasher terms.
F-bombs, no sex, no nudity, a homo-erotic dance.
He is a cop, but wants to break the mould by taking on his ball breaking, no messin boss. This is a boss who knows he is winning because he can shout really loud. Our hero is also an ex marine - with a past - that will add to the nightmarish (not) situations he will be thrust into when a meeting with a stool pigeon leads him to be locked into the scary castle Goben's grounds.
Meantime there is another story of the three men who are the sort of gun totin guardians, they are all nice in real life doing jobs where they are underappreciated and oft times abused, like in a modern take of a Dickens character. One is a bar tender, one an IT guy and the other a school teacher, so at weekends they let their hair down by doin' stuff in the woods.
The hero cop is called Le saint and is played by Chris Briant who also directed this woeful waste of celluloid. We have phrases like `don't stray from the path' (bad guys to Le saint) and `you can't know suffering if you haven't experienced happiness' well the makers taught me a few things about suffering.
We have magic guns that never run out of bullets, motives left unexplained or even hinted at. Bad casting but Jay Brown as Steve and Steven Waddington as his mate Ronny both do above average jobs of raising this from the mire (hence the rating).Read more ›
First, too many missing bodies, in too small of an area, over too long of a period of time to be taken seriously.
Second, that the police chief and several upstanding community members should be participating in the crimes was unbelievable.
Third, that nobody discovered the rooms of displayed heads and torture devices at a frequently visited tourist destination historical fort - nahhh, not likely.
Fourth, that our hero combat, ex-soldier, now police officer, made too many dumb decisions and when he finds himself holding and firing a weapon he acts like he was afraid of it. Then, with his seemingly unlimited supply of ammo (where it came from - who knows), he completely missed his very close targets despite being just yards away.
Fifth, all the improbable scenes where assailants die from their own stupid mistakes.
Sixth, really bad editing making the movie seem like a patchwork of scenes tossed together to quickly finish the movie. One example is the pointless ending with the hero sitting in a cafe sipping coffee while the only other survivor just happens to be sitting at a booth in the same cafe staring out the window (probably wondering why her boyfriend was blasted with a shotgun right in front of her) before she orders her tea.
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I am a huge fan of Terence Knox and Tony Becker but this is a waste of their talent. They are fighting for their right to hunt down people in an abandoned fort. Read morePublished on May 3, 2013 by M. Azevedo
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To my large screen tv,did not work. Read more
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