Bound to Bore
Having been kept chained and locked up in an unknown location, Eve (Tina Ivlev - Crimes of the Mind) manages to knock her keeper out and escape. Unfortunately she discovers she is in the middle of nowhere and goes back in to kill the man (Richard Tyson - Ghost of Goodnight Lane) who was holding her prisoner. But it seems there are more like her at a series of locations around the area and if she kills him no one will ever find them. Taking him as her prisoner she forces him to take her to each of the locations in the hope of saving the other girls. But Eve quickly discovers that these other girls are not like her making for an unpredictable and violent night.
Ask yourself this? If you had been kept prisoner by someone a lot bigger and stronger than you what would you do if some how you managed to escape: would you go to the police or take matters in to your own hands when it comes to hhelping other prisoners who you have no idea as to where they are. I know I would be heading for the police as quick as I could but of course that wouldn't make much of a movie and so in "Bound to Vengeance" what we get is the less realistic story of Eve taking her captor prisoner and forcing him to not just take her to the other girls but also show her what all of this is really about.
Unfortunately whilst we get some action and some blood as well as the horror of girls having been kept prisoner the end product is simply not that thrilling. Maybe it is because the set up yo "Bound to Vengeance" is far fetched or maybe it is due to the movie taking place at night but it struggles to draw you in to either the mystery of what is going on or the action as Eve finds herself turning vigilante.
What this all boils down to is that "Bound to Vengeance" just didn't do it for me and it ends up a real struggle to get involved in. It is a shame as there are some nice ideas when it comes to the story but they are few and far between.