Taking place over the Bank Holiday weekend, August 27th - 31st 2015
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I quite enjoyed this one, tremendous leading lady and a good rhythm to the tale with a satisfying payoff at the end. It must have been an interesting script when first sent to the director, very little dialogue, lots of physicality.
Gripping The Hitcher style menace before an ending that was probably the only way to really end the film, even if it was a little clichéd. But the game of cat and mouse beforehand was enthralling, despite or perhaps because of being set within the confines of a car. 7.5 / 10
No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.
Interesting that Blumhouse Studios actually did something different for once. The only major problem is that the events that lead to the protagonist getting revenge are very contrived. Probably would've made more sense to if they left it at her survival. Apprently he
Also, how do you "get revenge on" an extreme nihilist?