Four men out on a STAG NIGHT in New York prematurely exit an underground train after the soon-to-be-best-man begins to hassle two women. Trapped at a deserted station these six adults ... See full summary »
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Four men out on a STAG NIGHT in New York prematurely exit an underground train after the soon-to-be-best-man begins to hassle two women. Trapped at a deserted station these six adults become the target of a gruesome manhunt when a secret gang of cannibal dwellers, living in the tunnels discovers them. Tensions will rise as they fight to make it through the night with all their limbs attached. Written by
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The outside of the subway station is Bedford on the L route. When they go downstairs, they are supposedly at Hunterspoint on the 7 route. They never transfer. Bedford is in Brooklyn, Hunterspoint is in Queens, and there is no direct transfer between the L and 7 trains. Somehow the station and borough have changed when they go downstairs. The MTA re-routes trains, but not like this. See more »
It is hard to review this movie because you can't see much of it. Way to much of the X-treme shaky camera, perhaps because Toby, the DP, thought he was working on Tremors (a drunken rehab film)which required him to go through a specialty course in dipsomania photography.
Hint: When you really don't have a film, shake the camera a lot and draw attention to the camera not the plot. "Look mom, I can shake the camera and not hold it still, even for a second". Mom: "Good job, Toby, now go out into the world and make films".
That and the 'subway' dark lighting scheme, means you couldn't see a thing or make out an image because of poor lighting and way overuse of shaky cam. Shaky cam plus bad lighting equals crap footage.
The story was about a couple of 'stag' guys stranded with a couple of strippers in the tubes of NYC while being pursued by several 'inbred tunnel rats'. That is the high concept summary.
So don't waste your time on this stinker.
Go rent Wrong Turn 1 & 2 instead. They are far superior films about hillbilly inbreds.
The director and cinematographer need to take Horror Movies 101.
1) Try and have sympathetic characters. None of the characters
in this movie should remain alive at the end. Did I actually
root for the 'tunnel rats'...I forgot.
2) Always and I mean always have the chicks in tight, cleavage
showing clothes. Stag Night actually even has
strippers, but covers them up like they were nuns. Bad decision.
3) Use and employ make up artists. It is amazing what they can
do (as in Wrong Turn). Here the make up was so bad, I wonder
if they just got some local bums to do the role. You never
really saw them indicating a cover up for poor make up job.
4) Have a plot somewhat unique and different from the hundreds
of others before you. Simply ripping off Wrong Turn does not
make a good film.
5) Use your setting to your advantage. Camera was so shaky I
wonder if they shot in a tunnel or someone's living room.
This could have been a great chance to really use the wonderful
tunnels of NYC and all the weirdness and wonder they contain.
6) Maintain tension and relief. This film does neither.
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