I'm so mad at myself for not liking this movie, because it had all the elements that would make you like a movie, such as good actors, good acting, nice cinematography, nice music-score, good action, gore, brutality, violence, interesting villains, a ruthless and nice-looking killer car, and a story that made sense.
So, why didn't I find it thrilling, exciting or interesting? Why was I just waiting for it to come to an end? Is it because it could have been much better if it had higher budget? But I've seen B-movies with far lower budget, terrible acting and much worse special effects that I have actually enjoyed. Maybe it's because the gore was not as explicit as it could have been if they had the budget to create it (all you get to see is blood splashing) or because it was devoid of jump scares, which for me is the defining feature of a horror movie.
I should have enjoyed it, but for some reason it didn't work for me at all. One reason I can think of is that the movie did not try to engage the audience. I didn't feel part of the movie experience. I didn't care for any of the characters and what might happen to them. They were just random characters shooting, shouting, stabbing, getting tortured, killed, etc, so I just watched brutal action scenes unfold before my eyes with no impact.
Final score: 4 (or perhaps less, because the last movie to which I gave a score of 4 entertained me a lot more than this)