Nothing new, but it's still a pretty tense thriller with some gnarly deaths.
And then that last act happens, where they try to cram in as much as possible, before the whole thing bursts at the seams.
Cast was solid - full of 'what have I seen him/her in before?' actors, with Sean Harris as the solid, creepy villain.
That first 45 minutes seems like a different film entirely, though. The opening scene is pretty great and the first major set piece is genuinely surprising.
I started to care about Melissa George until Ed stopped trusting the police and decided to endanger everyone.
Nah, this was a pretty surprising little thriller. Got way more from it than I expected.
Also, now I can stop mixing it up with Wingard's 'A Horrible Way To Die', which I always managed to do, despite never having seen that movie.