(This review may contain spoilers).
I thought the concept of this film was an interesting one, though I didn’t think the title really fit well with the plot. It wasn’t very clear how the first scene fit in with the rest of the film… even though it was a really sad one.
Although this movie was rated eighteen, at first, it didn’t seem like there was going to be much gore. There was quite a lot later on, but I thought that, although there was clearly quite a lot of shock value involved, there wasn’t gore where it didn’t make sense.
The fact that the movie took a little while to allow viewers to get to know the characters was good, though I didn’t have a lot of sympathy for most of the characters. Gulley and Black were probably the ones who came across as more well-developed characters. I did have a lot of sympathy for Gulley, even if he did come across as a bit of a coward.
I found two of the characters quite difficult to differentiate between. There were some amusing parts in this film at first, but there was a lot of tension as the movie went on.
The flashbacks to the past events were especially creepy, whether they concerned the girl or the drifter. There were also some good connections between things that happened in the movie… though I do have to say that I saw some of the things coming. There were still a couple of surprises, though.
I thought that this film was quite low-budget. There were only about ten actors and only a few sets. But I thought the atmosphere was quite good. And knowing what was coming made it worse.
I wouldn’t watch this film again, but I enjoyed watching it with my friend and it was a fairly good movie that I didn’t have to think too deeply about.