During the Balkans war of the early-mid nineties a young deaf / mute girl is taken from her home and after witnessing the murder of her Mother she is moved on to a house used for prostitution.
Evil pimp Victor is attracted to her silence and decided to appoint her special duties which include administering drugs to the other girls, general housekeeping and of course being available for Victor whenever he wishes.
Things change when another of the girls begins to communicate through sign language and the soldiers who killed her Mother turn up.
A violent quest for revenge follows which features some particularly vicious scenes.
The Seasoning House adequately presents the feeling of hopelessness and defeat that the captured girls feel as well as the brutality of both their customers and their benefactor but despite the almost overwhelming gloom this remains compulsive viewing.
Fans of Hostel and Saw will enjoy.
Ric’s Rating: Good