In a fun house like this the elaborate tortures seem to leave behind the real world of pain and suffering for the realm of slapstick; they're the kind of horrors that make you scream and laugh at the same time.
This macabre follow-up to 2004's low-budget horror smash can't rival its predecessor's fiendish ingenuity. But it makes up for it with a deliciously devious plot and enough gory shocks for a dozen Halloweens.
Purchased this item based upon the title.... that and it specifically mentions Casper Van Dien by name. Definately enjoyed the previous incarnations of this title, what could possibly go wrong?
First, the "movie" isn't bad.
FOR A CARTOON.
In an era that brings title like Pandora, one would think that CG releases would be of significant quality that one could not tell real filmed acting from CG.
NOT TRUE HERE.
For the avid S.T. devotees, this does continue the S.T. theme.
For one who actually expected there to be actual people that had been filmed augmented with Computer Generated special effects, I was VERY disappointed.
A pity that Someone else hadn't reviewed this... whatever it is... prior to me wasting my cash on the thing.
By theme: Comparable to previous efforts under the same title.
By content: Don't waste your time.
I am a fan boy of the Starship Troopers series. And although I am not really a fan of the art style for this movie as a whole, I found it enjoyable. I have to add that this movie does have some pretty great bug killing. I can honestly say that I have enjoyed this movie more than the third, and a lot more than the needlessly mentioned second title.\nIf you don't mind the anime-like approach, take a jump and try this movie!