When Special Agent Watts and his Investigation Unit are called to the derelict Woodburrow Prison he thinks it's business as usual. But there's nothing usual about Woodburrow. A mysterious ...
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When Special Agent Watts and his Investigation Unit are called to the derelict Woodburrow Prison he thinks it's business as usual. But there's nothing usual about Woodburrow. A mysterious woman is found attempting to flee the scene and things begin to spiral out of control as an evil force picks the team off one by one. Soon Agent Watts is left alone to face what might be the world's most powerful evil...The Devil.Written by
Highland Film Group
This is by far, the lamest movie I have watched in a long time! Let's start with the cast: It looks like the casting came from the throw-aways of a porn movie. These "FBI" agents are more like a group of college-kid-wannabe's. The lead agent is a Huey Lewis-looking character with random acts of dramatic outbursts. The evil entity is completely devoid of any frightening characteristics. Now the setting: The set (which is supposed to be an abandoned criminal prison) is extremely clean, freshly painted, and has new, completely intact furniture. As if that weren't unbelievable enough, the audio-visual equipment that these "agents" are using is the best Radio Shack could have offered on the clearance aisle. For the plot: The premise is that of an abandoned mental asylum that is due for demolition, a demolition only the can only be carried out by an elite FBI team of parapsychologists. Wait, what? I won't divulge any of the plot points, because there simply aren't any. If you have about an hour and half to spend and completely hate yourself, then by all means take this horrendous journey into lameness.
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