Cheap thrills if you will, but this film is not too bad a way to spend 86 minutes if you you just want to sit back and enjoy an indi thriller. The first good omen was the opening sound track: decent dramatic instrumental score as opposed to so much indi inclination to cringe-worthy singer/song-writer slop. The acting is adequate; no Gary Oldman or Tilda Swinton, in fact nobody you've likely ever seen or heard of before but the performers are competent. Some low budget indis I will quit after 10 or 15 minutes because the actors are bottom tier, but not in this case. The plot is simple but not stupid. The action moves along, predictably, yes, but entertainingly nonetheless. This is not high art, nor is it total schlock. It's a perfectly comfortable way to spend an entertaining, if not enlightening, hour and a bit.