Then a ‘Scream’-style masked killer with a hunting knife pops up out of nowhere, scattering suspicion, red herrings and redundant sub-plots in his/her wake. In an attempt to be all tings to all kids, director Arjun Rose piles on the flashy visuals and split-screen technique, slathers on some music and resorts to a ‘Blair Witch’-style night-vision finale that obscures the point. Plus there’s a sign-posted final twist that will surprise no self-respecting horror fan.
|Release date:||Friday October 28 2011|
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The Chav Scream Project. Don't bother and don't be fooled by all the gimmicks. Tulisa fans will be upset after the 1st 2 minutes.
visuals good -well written -while music is hard raw and driving --if you you are young, a film you will not forget!
Another poor effort by an urban industry that is dying an eventual death. Then maybe it will have some credibility in the movie industry!