The folks over at Inception Media Group released a grab-bag of geek genre goodness this past May, and I've finally gotten around to tackling the three films they've presented. I eagerly awaited the sci-fi adventure Battle Earth, familiar looking ghost story, A Haunting at Silver Falls, and the promise of thrilling horror with Stripped. Shortly after these DVDs arrived in my mailbox, a beautiful thing called "finals week during my last semester of college" reared its ugly head and these DVDs were pushed to the back burner in place of Adderall and Red Bull. I have decided to review these films as a group, because they arrived together and were all watched in the same sitting. My mood was greatly affected by the completion of each film, and some residual emotions trickled down into the next film. Normally, I wouldn't condone this sort of behavior, but I highly doubt these films were going to have a vast improvement upon further views.
three-movies-in-one-sitting" marathon it ended with a bunch of bros in Vegas getting their innards played with like a preschooler discovering play-doh. Actually, that's an unfair comparison because at least Hostel III gave us pay-off. The characters in J.M.R. Luna's Stripped are so unlikable, I spent the 95% of the movie just waiting for them to die. I bitch a lot about actors that seem to be nothing more than pretty faces that want attention, and this film's entire cast is nothing but that type. It was painful to watch, not because of the subject matter, but because of how mind-numbingly annoying every single character was in this god forsaken movie. Don't waste your money, don't waste your time, I can't believe I'm even saying this, but you'd be far more satisfied watching Hostel III.