"The Devil's Tomb" is a 2009 release DVD movie with mercenaries, helicopters, war flash-backs, lots of blood, guts, brains, bones, and torn flesh hanging out and on the floors and walls, people and zombies shot with high caliber weapons at close range, electrocutions, stabbings, demons, extra-terrestrial aliens, demonic possession, extreme body mutilation, death and coming back to life when they shouldn't be able to, religious themes, computer hackers, military operations, lots of cussing, naked women, and stars Cuba Gooding Jr., Taryn Manning, Valerie Cruz, Zack Ward, Stephanie Jacobson, Ron Perlman, Sarah Ann Morris, Henry Rollins, Melanie Chapman, and others I didn't recognize. Although the film predominantly takes place underground, it was filmed in Los Angeles, California. Some call this lightweight, others say it is B-class horror, and a few pity Cuba Gooding Jr. for having been in this film. I'm going to say I didn't feel like this was a total waste of my time, and although there were no pitchforks, meat bearing grappling hooks, chainsaws, hatchets, or impalements on spears or pipes at the bottom of an elevator shaft, and there didn't seem to be as many insects as there should have been; the movie merits a second viewing for me and I'm glad I bought it. The female nudity could have been more engaging, but at least it existed - which it should in ALL `R' rated films. Violence and language have never been enough to merit an `R' rating alone, especially in contemporary America. Censorship needs to figure out how desensitized people are to violence and language and start upping the ante in the rating judgments. So for me to rank this film, based upon whether or not it delivered what I bought it and viewed it for, I'm going to say 4 stars. It needed more nightmare fodder, and more gratuitous female eye candy exploitation, but for anybody under 14 years of age, this film might be good enough as it is.