When you sit down to watch a movie starring Dolph Lundgren, chances are that you aren’t expecting a home-invasion thriller; you also wouldn’t think that a third of it would be filmed found-footage style. Indeed, Stash House
bucks initial expectations, but don’t be surprised when it eases back into generic “under siege” territory. Lundgren plays a crook who’s trying to gain access to a house that a young man (Sean Faris) has just bought for his wife (Briana Evigan). After the lovebirds discover heroin hidden in the walls, two men storm the house, which, as it turns out, is a highly fortified building. Soon, the couple discover that there’s something else in the...