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Reviewing Hollywood blockbusters is easy but to review lower budget films particularly those made by small independents is harder. This film is everything (and nothing)like any grind house style of film I have ever seen. It is original - genuinely so - so at first you never know who has the upper hand - the girls or their adversaries. The performances are believable and the set up all too plausible...possibly the scariest thing apart from the twist at the end...What you get is a film that draws you slowly in - getting to see the world from all the protagonists point of view. The fact that such a small budget has even allowed for aerial shots must be commended and is no mean feat. The violence is brutal due to it's realism and had this reviewer whincing and looking away from the screen at one point. Not one for the squeamish but very refreshing in an age of endless sequels and remakes. Recommended.
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