Any seasoned film fanatic would jump to see this flick, based on premise alone. How could a movie about a silent Nicolas Cage, stuck in the middle of an animatronic fun house, paying off the fees for his busted car over one action-packed night be a bad time? Well… it is. And it’s a real shame to see all this missed opportunity on screen. Kevin Lewis seems to have miscommunicated the basic tone, focus and all together fun in what is supposed to be a campy B-grade romp fest. It’s hard to distinguish much flavour and originality from generic cliché, the lack of consistent tone and obvious source material that you would have to be under a rock to miss. Rest assured, all you Nic Cage parishioners, the star has every best scene of action and laughs in the movie. However, the cluttered, poorly written supporting cast is distracting. The group of teens are some of the worst characters I’ve ever seen and they take up so much of the already bloated screen time. The best cheesy B-romps possess a charming stupidity through consistency and simplicity of character and technique. No one wants to be bombarded with techniques that have little reasoning or illogical motions of action. Lewis’ unfortunate, unpolished direction, awful colouring and terrible characters flash across the screen haphazardly, ruining what could have been the next big Nic Cage romp for any party or piss up. This B-movie gets a three out of ten, and definitely not in the way it intends.