Stagknight is derived from the uncensored lusty straight-to-Drive-In horrors of the 70's and 80's, I Spit on your Grave, The Beast, Samurai Assisan, movies that spawned the mighty Evil Dead... See full summary »
Stagknight is derived from the uncensored lusty straight-to-Drive-In horrors of the 70's and 80's, I Spit on your Grave, The Beast, Samurai Assisan, movies that spawned the mighty Evil Dead, American Werewolf in London, later Aliens. Set deep in dark mythical English woods Stagknight presents a uniquely stupid look at this genre through the cracked "Weekend Warriors" paintball team. This is mansville not boytown on a blow-out bachelor paintball weekender bender of dirty tricks, hot babes and truly splatter-tastic medieval kills to die for. Written by
What is it with British films, why do they always go on about body funtions, im sorry but when was it ever funny, Horror comedy i think not, seriously this film was just not funny at all, British humour in a horror film does not work on nearly every level, the film never took off, it was a mass of silly farting burping innuendos that is so boring and tiresome, oh lets watch a man with diarrhea on the toilet HA ha ha, give me a break, i suppose it being on the zone horror channel should have beed warning enough, and how many badly done accents were in this movie, who was who, why was it constantly dark, why was everyone wandering around the forest on there own doing nothing but waiting to be killed, all these questions totally unexplained. there's nothing worse than a film so far up its own assse, that it actually thinks its a comedy.
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