The Chaser

★★★☆ – (2008) – A former detective who uses prostitutes to track whomever stole some of his women ends up searching for a serial killer. The complicated but clear plot is engaging throughout thanks to swift editing, touches of humor, and grueling suspense. Takes enough jarring turns to keep one glued to their seat in anticipation of how it all unfolds.

Cheerleader Camp: To the Death

★☆☆☆ – (2014) – Cheerleaders travel to a training spot where their own kind were murdered a year before. A cheap and ugly slasher with lame kills, lame humor, and a lame outcome. Every character is either a vapid pain in the ass, an overly smug victim, or a cheesy red herring. Incredibly short, but still dull.

Devil May Call

★★☆☆ – (2013) – A maniac stalks a call center for the problematic when his favorite adviser is about to leave. Attempts to create a quiet atmosphere amid quirky characters, but ultimately abandons anything unique for the tired and cliched. Doesn’t quite become the pillar of female strength it strives for, but hey, it tries.

Strip Club Massacre

★★½☆ – (2017) – A down on her luck woman ends up working in a strip club that employs the most despicable humans known to man. Doesn’t accomplish anything new, but does have a basic core that’s easy to watch thanks to bitchy characters and a seedy setting. The acting borders on travesty at times, but does add to the low grade charm that permeates throughout.