There's a lot about this movie that I can talk about, but I think the movie's schizophrenia got to me the most. It switches between some quasi-philosophical monologues, numb-minded action, attempts at character development and horror - and it manages to pull none of these off to quite the extent the creators seem to think it does. Especially the torture scenes (that seem like hand-me-downs from Hostel) seem incredibly out of place compared to the rest of the content. There is a scene where someone's eyeball is hanging out of its socket after severe beating with a whip, before being chained, gagged, doused in gasoline and subsequently set on fire - considering that this movie also contains some sex scenes (some with zero emotion, some with drug-induced threesomes) and scenes that pretend to be borrowed from some Japanese shroom-DVDs, you have to wonder what idiots were in charge of writing this that though this would all be compatible with each other. And then there's the plot: it has some twists and turns in places where they wouldn't traditionally appear which for the most part can be forgiven because of how these are picked up. However, the end of the movie attempts to pull a fast one on the audience by going "actually these past 10 minutes didn't happen so now we're going to rewind and show you what actually happened" in a way that makes the whole fake ending completely unnecessary. They didn't even attempt to cover it up in a clever way (e.g. by calling it a hallucination or something like that) - the narrator literally says "that didn't happen *rewind* this did". Although there is a minor element of surprise in the 'real' ending, it doesn't in any way justify putting your audience through 10 minutes of mediocre acting which serve no purpose to the story itself.
Overall I got the feeling the creators think they are very clever when in reality they don't understand what actually makes a movie clever. This movie can basically be summarised by summing up its failed aspirations: the mix of sex, gore and drugs is a very poorly executed replication of Pulp Fiction, the 'philosophy' feels like a misguided jab at Easy Rider and the plot tries so hard to be like The Usual Suspects it forgets to do its job.
Final verdict: not worth the watch.