Really surprised about some of the criticisms of this film, as I thoroughly enjoyed it and will be buying the DVD when it comes out. Still, everyone is entitled to their opinion.
However, some of the (implied or otherwise) criticism of why this film was selected for FF as it is not "horror" enough is beyond me. FF, as pointed out elsewhere and many times in the past, is not purely a horror film festival and encompasses horror and fantasy, with a dash of sci-fi and thriller thrown in. Therefore, there is no reason why this kind of film should not be shown - after all, it is a blend of giallo, thriller and slasher (and yes there are gangster elements but I think these are relatively minor), and it is not entirely dissimilar to the likes of The Cottage, Dream Home or even Halloween.
Consequently, I'll stand by the organisers for showing this and I hope they continue to show films of this nature - a narrower definition of what can be shown at FF is only likely to lead to too many films that are too similar.
Still, this is just my opinion and I'm not seeking to upset anyone or cause any arguments, just provide some defence for a film that I feel was right to be shown at FF and one that I (and hopefully others) enjoyed.
No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.