David Bruckner’s “Amateur hour,” the principal genuine portion (other than the wraparound story) in the 2012 treasury arrangement “V/H/S” was a generally astute piece of sexual orientation inversion. Three young fellows lease an inn stay with the sole motivation behind bringing back ladies for sex, which they would record and transform into beginner porn.
One of their objectives, a modest young lady named Lily, ends up being a winged animal who rips their privates off and kills them. Exemplary blood and gore flick lessons: don’t be a butt hole and don’t think little of the calm young lady. Ventured into a full-length include in the current week’s “SiREN,” any such message is jumbled by a script that has no clue what it’s adage or doing, and an executive who can’t get a handle on the correct tone.