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As simple exploitation fare, this barely works since the intermittent carnage never gathers much momentum - and a big, bare-knuckle set piece is dismayingly tame.
It's close in aspiration, though not in achievement, to the Walter Hill classic Southern Comfort...
An amateurish, low-budget bloodbath.
There's style and intensity in this nasty little British thriller, but a thinly developed script keeps it from generating much real suspense or meaning as the story gets increasingly brutal.
Comes with horribly uneven performances and vastly unappealing characters acting in ways nobody ever, ever would.
When the film's biggest star is Charley Boorman, you've got to worry.
Ultimately let down by a confused script, unlikeable characters, poor direction, some incoherent editing and a laughably pretentious ending.
A potentially interesting idea for a lo-fi British Deliverance-style thriller is badly let down by very slack acting and dialogue, topped off with humourless sentimentalism.
Technically, it's a mess with all sorts of sound and editing problems although McManus shows - as cinematographer - he's got the eye for the occasional good shot.
An ordinary script and characters that are impossible to really care about saps the life from this low-budget Brit thriller.
Boasts a beautiful slide-guitar score, a fearsome bare-knuckle boxing sequence and a sweary cameo from Charlie Boorman.
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