I really wonder about a lot of the comments here. Either people are trying to sell a movie as the best, give 10 stars and praise it or they call it "worst movie ever" (theres plenty here, hehe!). Hardly anyone goes for the average points. In this case its the same... This movie is hardly crap as its hardly great but I think the team made a good effort for a underground movie which still has some flaws. First of all its bad advertisement of course... once again the whole packaging and titling for "Nailed" looks like the "Saw"/"Hostel" thing. But it sure is not... honestly I wouldn't even call this movie a horror movie. Until the first horror elements come up most fans of the genre will have yawned because of lack of gore or cheap thrills. But if you don't categorize the movie like this its a decent movie with slow pacing (comments are right that the pacing and buildup of the chill are way exaggerated. "Nailed" revolves around 2 black guys from the hood who manage a drug-deal for a local crook. It starts with a long scene in a strip-bar with loads of gangsta talk, then moves on to some police shooting and chase scenes until the two end up in a abandoned house for hideout. Like you expect the place is not that abandoned at all and they soon find a bandaged man lying mumbling in his bed and his strange smiling male nurse. From here on the thing is focusing very long on the 3 characters, mixing in some strange voodoo elements and flashbacks which lead to the final twist. Since "Nailed" barely has any violence or gore in it and even the subject giving the movie its title is hardly shown it relies on the acting. And in this case I think "Nailed" does a very good job. The actors are all very believable and subtle... the only thing that comes across rather amateurish are the police shootouts. First of all because of the acting and secondly because the guns in this movie sound like a popping champagne bottle. Beside this its all real well done. "Nailed" definitely has too little story to offer for a feature movie and some parts don't seem to fit tight (in the second half I can't see the meaning of the extended first half and many dialogs there). Anyway I had fun watching the movie because the atmosphere is nice and a lot different from most of those copycat horror movies these days and there sure are some nice ideas in the script which should have been fused together a little better. So if you are into slow paced "horror" movies with a little different vibe and rather atmospheric approach you should give "Nailed" a try. Its sure not a 9 star movie but its far from the unfair "junk" remarks and Uwe Boll is a ridiculous comparison by all means. So come on, at least try to be fair.