A barrage of confusing, unconnected imagery almost tarnishes the affair, but there’s a surprisingly odd little movie here.
A film almost impossible to describe, but a film that is also impossible to forget; finally, it gets the release it deserves.
For those who revel in celluloid’s odder side, the Arrow Video Companion is gold.
So what's in the basket? A sleazy slice of trashy exploitation that gives you the best version of Basket Case you'll have ever seen.
A superb film from a writer-director duo who understand how to deliver, featuring a villain who'll haunt your thoughts.
A squirm-inducing thriller that may make you look at a dictionary differently, marking Ruth Platt as talent to watch.