As for the misogyny: all of the women in the film are frustratingly weak, with the exception of the evil woman on the train. Even the mother of one of the murdered girls, whose equivalent character in Last House helped kill the killers in gruesome ways, is reduced to a pile of tears and moans for the entire end of the film. And then there's Laura, the teenage girl who is killed with a switchblade to the vagina as the rapists try to cut away her hymen. Yeah. I'm gonna go out on a limb here and guess Lado has issues with women.
The best I could say about the movie is that does a sort of Pasolini-esque take on the Craven film. Instead of just a group of lowlifes torturing nice girls, this film has them egged on by a perverted upper-class-looking woman. When the father extracts his violent revenge, only the two lowlifes are killed. The woman convinces the father of her innocence and escapes his wrath. So, as in Salo, the upper class are allowed to get away with the rape and murder of teenagers. Wee: look folks, this is what those evil bourgeoisie will do to your kids if we don't rise up collectively!
Most annoying bit: Margaret gives up on pulling the emergency break on the train after one try, even though it's literally only 4 inches above her head at points. Frustrating.
Watched: DVD from Blue Underground.