Devastating, resonant and timeless. A cowardly man finds the conscience to acknowledge a great evil in front of him, then reckons with its tug-of-war against self preservation.
Not exactly what I was expecting, both for better and for worse. It’s not the wall to wall action flick I was gearing up for but it did have a delicious B-movie flavor throughout, and the ending actually nailed the potential of its premise in a pretty ballsy way. Some choppiness in the editing department and a couple strained performances aside, a solid feature.