Those dopey enough to buy into the “based on a true story” disclaimer that opens the film are doomed to enjoy this minimal ‘70’s throwback about a crazed Vietnam vet (Pat Healy) and the hostage of a botched bank robbery (Ashley Bell) he puts through the paces of an Ed Gein-themed amusement park of his own creation. Remnants ripped from the corpses of dead movies are given a Frankenstein embroidery by writer, director, and penny dreadful Quentin Ti Coen impersonator Mickey Keating. Healy spends too much of the time obscured by both gas mask and voice-garbling software to make much of an impression. That leaves plenty of room for resident indie catatonia queen Bell (she survived two The Last Exorcisms) to be systematically tortured and dehumanized. Or do you say empowered? With a climax so dark you’ll need braille subtitles to get through it. (2016) — Scott Marks
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