To be honest I was a bit dissapointed when I watched this. I thought the scene where he gets hit with the car and goes through the windscreen was particularly bad and not very well done. On top of that there was no one about to see them when there really should have been and even gunshots don't seem to attract anyone's attention. Flaws in a films plot don't normally bother me, but this really did. It was like if someone were to rob a bank in broad daylight, you'd expect there to be at least one customer in there and if a gun was fired then someone would hear it and do something. Having said that, the film did get quite amusing when Brand's boyfriend got involved in disposing of the body, which brought a smile to my face. I definitely wouldn't recomend this film to anyone, but it's not too bad.
Having been a keen follower of all that is Stuart Gordon I without hesitation bought this on region 1.After the excellent Edmond and a couple great Masters of horror episodes this film does not dissapoint.Without giving too much away, Stephen Rea is having a bad day and just when he thought it could not get any worse the unthinkable happens and he is trapped in a nightmare which he can neither understand or get out of.All actors are well cast and give this there all.This contains some brutal violence and nudity and a great surprise ending which you won't see coming.Even though this did not make a cinema release - well not in my area, it more than deserved one as it is much better than alot of thrillers out there.Hits all the right levels of suspense and is a taut little thriller come horror.I can't recommend this enough.