Stag Night is a Wrong Turn style horror thriller about cocky friends ending up as fish out of water in someone else's territory. The story was about four friends celebrating their buddies last nights as a bachelor in NYC. The movie begins, with the four men leaving one strip club to make their way uptown to another bar. There choice of transportation being the subway. Entering the train, run into two strippers from the club they just left. Not wasting time, two of the men proceed to get friendly with girls. One welcomes the advance the other does not. Resulting in her attempt to make her point spraying mace in his face. This results in group forcing the doors of the train open to get air. Unfortunately, doing so at a station long since abandoned. Before they have a chance to realize what they have done the train, pulls away. Leaving the group, trapped in the station. From there the terror ensues, as the group fights to make it out of the subway tunnels alive. And it's good, atmospheric territory to be lost in. The underground network is crumbling and filthy, the bad guys are deranged and creepy, and there are twists that are good (although you'll be expecting them if you've watched enough horror films). The score which was pretty good was also reminiscent of a John Carpenter flick like another reviewer mentioned and the acting from the cast was good especially Brekin Meyer (I don't really recognise the other actors). Unfortunately, as strong as the premises is and the amount of material the director had to make this into above average horror movie. It just never quite brings it home. Although, entertaining, with most of the elements of a good horror movie, it still falls short. Leaving you with a moan rather than a scream! The special effects and gore do deliver and are well done. However, the camera work is annoying and distracting. Over all the movie lacks the tension and suspense needed to hold your interest and really get involved.