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Ella Rae Peck,
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
Hmmm .. I do not even know where to begin writing, because I can simply sum it up by saying, "The film sucks big time." There weren't a single scene worth mentioning in this film. The horror was far between, and even that it weren't a bit scary.
The jokes were crude, unfunny and lame.
And the thick British accent, annoyed me to death. It is completely okay if the accent is original, but in this film, they tried very hard to speak the accent, is was quite painful to hear it for an hour and a half.
I strongly recommend others to watch other film instead. Heck, even Hilton's 'Bottoms Up' film fared better than this.
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