My first film for Sydney Film Festival 2015. It was billed as a “chiller”. Apart from the awful late 1970s clothing and serial killer glasses that one of the fathers wears, it isn’t that horrific. Maybe that’s a good thing. I think it is also a film that isn’t too proud to have a bit of a laugh at its genre, especially towards the, rather bloody, end.
Some of the actors were much stronger than others. I enjoyed the cute tie-in that closed the film.
It was an entertaining night out with friends, but nothing really out of the ordinary, so just 2.5/5 from me for this one.