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For those seeking shocking escapades of Psychopaths, hell-bent on revenge for getting dumped by their girlfriends or being abandoned by their mothers, this collection will rattle your bones with true life inspired tales of psychosis and depravity. Bane: An Experiment in Human Suffering: Four women awake in an underground cell with amnesia and quickly discover that they are part of an experiment with no obvious purpose. Each woman is confronted by the "Surgeon" who cuts a four digit number into her skin indicating the exact time he will return to kill her. The Experiment: Who's Watching You? Responding to an ad in the paper, Mary embarks on a series of drug tests that go horribly wrong. She is propelled into a world of drug induced madness and surreal sensuality as she falls prey to a warped group of peeping tom killers. "Hot Babes and Crazy Psychos, dig it!" - Extreme DVD. "Killer Collection, a must have!" - Deadly Indie Drive In. "Psychological horrors, slasher sensibilities makes ...
The film opens with four women waking up in a room, they have no memory of their lives before nor do they know where they are. The women show "character" immediately - there's the emotional one, the tough one, the sensitive one and the heroine. The women are subjected to various tests, which are conducted by a callous scientist and his assistants who talk like robots and look like they belong rather to a street rave. The action is like slime - sticky and drags on forever. The last quarter of the film, however, sees a change of pace and the viewer is poured over with information that literally comes out of the blue and quite frankly makes no sense.
The whole feel of "Bane" is bizarre - it tried to be too original and ended up making a mess out of itself. It's not a least bit interesting to watch either, it tries to be gory, psychological and supernatural all at the same time and fails miserably in all genres.
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