Hasselhoff is the only thing that could carry this train wreck of a movie. But him barely showing up until almost 25 minutes in - this being only 80 minutes long - is the worst way possible to handle his presence. Especially because when he does finally show up, he's actually funny. The only thing that can be defined by that adjective in this whole mess.
And the viewer will soon realize that making the worst decision possible is almost a constant in this movie. The biggest reason for that: the great premise never taken to its full potential, because the director is too busy trying to open up space for embarassing humor.
It could've been bloody, it could've had been full of great action, it could've been fun. However, this movie is, rather unfortunately, what I consider a complete failure: it always remains in what could've been, with not a single redeeming factor.