The villain, who looks like some failure-casting role for Hellboy, is armed with a cork opener (?) and a bad ass pickaxe. He barely uses the pickaxe and plays with the corkscrew to remove eyes. Didn't I see this in See No Evil? In a scene halfway through the film, Trackman actually picks up an automatic weapon and open fires, instantly destroying any fear you might have felt. The only tension you feel during its hour and a half running time is a bit of tangent claustrophobia. These are not even the worst parts. The absolute fatality to this film was:
1) Complete lack of appreciated violence except for a couple eyeballs here and there.
2) The worst twist ending I have ever seen in my life.