"K-11" has the makings of a cult movie campfest but little of the authentic wit, edge or outré vision it would take to get there. What's left is a dreary jailhouse drama that somehow managed to imprison a few notable actors within its lurid walls.
The convoluted script by director Jules Stewart (Kristen's mom) and Jared Kurt involves Raymond Saxx Jr. (Goran Visnjic of "E.R."), a drug-fueled music mogul and murder suspect hauled into Los Angeles County Men's Central Jail. Thanks to a corrupt — and weirdly hapless — sheriff's deputy, Lt. Johnson (D.B. Sweeney), Saxx is placed in the lockup's K-11 wing for gay and transgender prisoners. That Saxx is straight is irrelevant to Johnson, who's got his roving eye on this hunky "new fish."