By Gerald Aaron, January 15, 2009
When inspiration falters, remakes follow!
This excessive shocker bloodies up a 1981 B-film, adding state-of-the-art 3-D effects which project gushes of gore into the audience’s faces.
The shock sequences are in effective enough to compensate for over-familiar plotting, clichéd characters and almost-adequate acting.
Sadly, it is all too nasty for anyone but horror-film completists.