Trendy problem children bid for reduced jail time cleaning the world's grimiest abandoned hotel but instead meet an inhuman wall, Jacob Goodnight (Kane/Glenn Jacobs), providing deep bone rearrangement and eye-removal services.
WWE Films opts for the safety of a momma's boy slasher in the Voorhees Formula for their debut horror effort. Jacobs does a great job for being a nice guy in reality, met him several times, and set-ups involving stray dogs and a throated phone are brutal. Not the strongest suit for the subgenre, the few CG effects are surprisingly well integrated (even the falling rubbery action figure, you'll know).
Formative years of religious zealotry driving Goodnight's mania is bold given horror's mainstream tending to shy from faith as a blatant catalyst. With director Gregory Dark's past porn filmography, the mute hulk's violence toward women stemming from his mother's scorn over smut is a curious touch. Shame an unrated version never materialized. Watched via Lionsgate's DVD.