Sean takes his two friends into the rural wilds of Wales in search of an underworld specialist who can illegally revive his failing business. Deep in alien, isolated territory, they ...
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Sean takes his two friends into the rural wilds of Wales in search of an underworld specialist who can illegally revive his failing business. Deep in alien, isolated territory, they accidentally cross William Parry, a broken and desperate farmer dangerously hateful and paranoid of all around him. The situation spins rapidly out of control, spiraling into a horrific Heart Of Darkness spree of pointless violence and revenge as Parry hunts the three friends across the stark and unforgiving terrain. Written by
the shoe-string budget left me with a bitter feeling
The British Deliverance it is called, in some way I agree. But I was left with a hunger here. It never becomes rather brutal or messy. There are of course tough situations but some things are done off-camera due the shoe-string budget. The story itself you have seen a thousand times.
When 3 friends go to Wales for business they come across William Parry (David Schofield). He's a bit of a weirdo were even the locals are afraid of. But when the 3 friends go to the local pub guess who's coming in for a drink. Parry of course. When he's out for trouble one of the friends call him a w*nker and from there on they are in deep trouble. Survive or die. But it also bring in the shaky camera and it annoyed me sometimes.
It isn't that bad at all but rather low on blood except for the final I have seen better UK flicks concerning such stories. The acting was okay and the language for outsiders is sometimes hard to understand.
The title refers to the place the friends wanted to go but never got there due William. As this was Chris Crow's first attempt I can dig it but I do understand that some will be left with a bitter feeling.
Gore 1/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 2/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5
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