Professional wrestler Brodus Clay has a small role in the movie for it was produced by WWE Studios. See more »
At 44:19 Luke talks to the prisoner "When arterial vein is sliced, the body tends to bleed out within 10 minutes".
Artery carries oxygenated and Vein carries deoxygenated blood with exception of pulmonary and umbilical (in gestation period) vessels.
There is nothing called "arterial vein".
One on the wrist is Radial artery, one near elbow is Brachial artery and one on neck is Common carotid artery- these are the most common vessels sliced for suicide/homicide.
Slicing vein does not bleed fast since vessels are thin and tend to stop bleeding after raising the limbs above the head, or rarely stops bleeding after a while since there is no positive pressure .
Artery on the other hand is larger , more patent and muscular. Artery doesn't bleed. Artery pumps out blood directly from heart. See more »
The Hard Funk of It
Composed by Jim Johnston (as James A. Johnston)
Performed by Jim Johnston
Courtesy of WWE, Inc.
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A pretty good horror. Not what you expect.
This movie is not what you think. Yes it is a horror (thats for sure), but it has a huge twist right near the start. I was watching this thinking "This is pretty good, story is going well". Then all of a sudden I was thinking "Wait! What the??". I don't want to give too much away, but the story changes tact about 10 or so minutes into the film, and I LIKED that a lot. The blood and gore factor in this is quite high too, which again I LIKED a lot. The movie was better than I was expecting for another WWE made horror, the last horror they made (Barricade) was below average in my opinion, but they've redeemed themselves a bit with this film. The characters were actually played well, especially the part of "Driver" played by Luke Evans. There were a couple of parts in the film that were cliché, but overall the film is quite good. So I give it a good 7.5 out of 10.
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