Surprising plot twists and down-the-chute character development ensure that hell awaits the indefatigable horror fan.
Ego development between the two main characters seemed to be done in such manner that was more challenging and less indefensible. Plus, you'll never guess what happens so don't bother trying, um?
You may take offense to some things in this movie, and it will at times reach out and shock and at other times annoy because of its selective manner at using creative license simply to ignore reality and plot lines it has since established and set to progress. How this main character gets all this mercy by the end if the film, it's like there had been a pact with the writer or director or something. Fantasy, indeed! Anyway, I don't think I've ruined it for anyone.
The ending was shocking enough to give me a lasting impression and maybe some mental scars...
That said, it was shocking enough to leave a lasting impression, and in this type of horror movie, that's pretty good.
The last time I saw Dominic Monaghan was pretty impressive in 'The Millionaire Tour'. This film was not bad. But it kind of reminds other titles like 'Tusk', 'Eyes of my Mother' et cetera. Only thematically. The screenplay should have been improved by extending more dramatic events. At present, it was simple, though the twists were the saviours. Not the mind blowing twists, but for a small storyline like this, everything justified. I liked how film characters switched nature of their roles while story progressing. That was nicely designed characters for a thriller which added a bit of mystery flavour.
The character Seth was really interesting one. Drawing a story out of him lacked depth in the later parts. Especially after the first twist revealed. The second half was unexpected, but also that's where the narration stared to fall off the track. One of the reasons was predictable. Though enjoyable film, until the finale. I thought it was overall a better film than I expected, but the end was not any good. Too cliché. You can easily spot they are interested in a sequel, so they kept it open. But closed conclusion would have made it a decent film.