jonbly wrote:...which, strangely, is the first train after 2am.
Yeah, that occurred to me to.
I liked it a lot, it felt properly Clive Barkery.
it also reminded me of Argento in Susperia/Inferno mode. Not so much the style or look of the film, but the strange dream logic, the sense of vast supernatural forces just under the surface of the city, and the very bizarre way that the characters acted (You think he killed her, who know who he is, you have a photo of him and you know where he lives. At this point most people would go back to the police not start chasing Vinnie Jones around a meat packing plant).