Only slightly sub-par, but pretty gory. Definitely has a few little holes and story parts that don't quite make sense. I mean, weapon-arms are neat, but why risk infection and weakness by doing it? Unless it were to replace limbs lost in the arena, and then I'd totally understand. I liked the score, and some of the deaths were B-movie gruesome. The ending did put a smile on my face. However, what this really needed was to be a couple decades into a post-apocalypse, or in some lawless strife-ridden foreign country. This scale of kidnapping and killing in America didn't quite work for me without there being some much deeper conspiracy.
A group of girls get lost on a random dirt road. The tow truck driver toes them to his junkyard. Everything seems normal until they wake up with weapons for limbs, and thrown into the fight of their lives.
December 12, 2020