– (2016) – Three young thieves break into the house of a blind man, and quickly find themselves his prey. An unusual blend of Saw, Seed of Chucky, and The People Under the Stairs that turns anything suspenseful into a joke if relating to comparisons. A mass of cliches that may please genre newcomers, but nothing new is ever presented.
– (2014) – Twin boys play sadistic games with a bandaged woman who claims she’s their mother but acts nothing like her. Reaches highs in scenes that shock and disturb, but has a couple of illogical lows. Winds down on an eerie note by churning out the completely unexpected. Requires patience, but is worth the wait.
– (2015) – Two disturbed young women make life hell for a man whose house they crash. Has enough filthy and violent turns to make for an easy viewing, but too many spots, especially the conclusion, come across as silly. Does exactly what Death Game already accomplished, only with less suspense.
– (2013) – Naive college students protesting a jungle development crash land in hostile territory. Hard to believe a director who waited two years to exploit the torture genre with Hostel would wait thrity to a exploit a genre that was best left to infamy. A polished version of movies you simply can’t duplicate.