“Stockholm Syndrome is a psychological response sometimes seen in an abducted person, in which the abductee shows signs of loyalty to the abductor.” A psychopathic serial-killer (Damien Crosse) captures his latest prey; a tall, dark and rugged soldier (Dennis De Nello). The soldier awakes from his drugged up state tightly bound to a chair. He doesn’t remember anything. All he can see other than bright lights are walls covered in newspapers. The masked psycho enters the room and all the nasty fun begins…not only for the abducter but for the abductee as well.
Damien Crosse is fierce and merciless as the captor in this fine film from StagHomme. He pounds on his victim's chest with his fist before spitting in his face. After using the hostage for his own sexual pleasure, Damien says "Now it is your turn.". The camera fades to black and we hear a gun shot and see red on black blood spatter.
Add to that two endlessly hot men who go at it like there is no tomorrow, and for one of them there is not, and I am sold. This film is a tour de force for Damien Crosse. He gets to show us what a tough guy he can be. I hope we get to see more of Dennis De Nello too.