Watching Drive Angry 3D
is kind of like choking down a frozen chicken-fried steak dinner that got a little too cold after you forgot it in the oven; you weren’t expecting filet mignon when you opened the box, but what should have been a decadent cinematic treat was spoiled by simple neglect. One glance at Patrick Lussier's filmography reveals that he's gradually becoming the Swanson of shock cinema -- a filmmaker capable of little more than reheating old ideas that tasted better fresh. Drive Angry 3D
strains with all its horsepower to deliver a trashy good time, but a prevailing cheapness and complete lack of wit prevent it from ever achieving exploitat...