Well, there are a couple of scenes in this film that justify my decision to not sleep through it. They are not horrific or suspenseful but rather gruesome and shocking. I was mainly interested in the process used to turn the people into wax (no, not for my personal use) and how they were able to live after it happened. But I realized I was watching another dreadful attempt at a horror flick that should hit the movie stores in the next month or so only to survive in the “new release” section for a couple of weeks. There is nothing scary about this movie and only a few scenes that could turn a stomach like lots of cheese on a hot, summer day.
I felt like I was watching an old horror flick in which all the bad guy does is cut, slash, and dice up humans. People are killed several different ways, all of which are shown. Before Paris Hilton’s character is killed graphically, one shouldn’t be surprised that she is involved in most of the sexual content, including a scene in which she appears to be performing oral sex. This movie’s Dove approval easily melted away, along with a good cast to make it interesting.