The title is not quite a review it's self but close. This kind of film annoys me because it does have any spark , nothing original nor surprising. It's generic home invasion film with two amazing actors in Kathrine Isabelle and Stephen McHattie which were criminally under used. I'm sorry , it just was not good enough !
The basic idea behind the film and the graphic novel on which it is based is very interesting . Suki is girl dealing her multiple personality disorder after being released from a mental hospital. She and police start belief that one of her the personalities may be responsible for as series of murders the halfway house she lives at. The dark build up to The Scribbler character is done very well but the film lacks the balls to pull out all the stops , instead it ends with rushed cliche superhero battle circa 80's Batman.
This was the real surprise of Glasgow Frightfest. I couldn't really tell you anything about the original Wolf Creek ..it was clearly not that memorable to me anyway. Here John Jarret stars as the returning sadistic all Australian pig / tourist hunter Mick Taylor.
I found this really funny , brutal and dare I say it enjoyable. It a true elements of threat along black comedy ( a remarkable 'Quiz' scene).
It very much reminded me of the original Hitcher, as the Mick character plays the relentless 'cat and mouse' game with his prey.
This a slick piece of modern Asian cinema, part thriller and horror with dark thread woven deep inside it's core. This is a 9.5 out of 10 film, the running time could have been slightly trimmed maybe by 5 minute. It has similar themes to many of the Korea thrillers of the last 5 years but blends them into compelling story focusing on two main characters. One is sadistic murderer of young pretty woman, the other a 'down on his…