This direct-to-video sequel to 1990's DARKMAN, like its eponymous character, doesn't stand strong scrutiny in the light.
Essentially an action-hero reinvention of those scarred monsters typically played by Vincent Price (and Lon Chaney before him) in B movies, Darkman is Dr. Peyton Westlake, noble biochemist horrifically burned by gangsters and left for dead. However, lurking in a secret subterranean lab (serviced
by his own private subway!), Darkman survives, venturing into public view for brief periods thanks to synthetic skin that lasts 99 minutes in UV light, to fight for ... what? The original Sam Raimi production, in between stunts, hinted that Darkman's h...