Beautifully written and performed, it looks stunning, is genuinely unsettling, and for those seeking viscera, bloody and gruesome.
A clever script asks thought-provoking questions; combined with stark camerawork and realistic effects, it's an uneasy watch.
When the film achieves nuance it hints at its unrealised potential. Conversely, attempts at non-visual metaphor are clumsy.
Has everything one could desire of a daft evening's entertainment, from sibling incest to a meeting with the Devil/God himself.
Enough strands are left to ponder to deem writers Bruce Wood and Scott Poiley as worthy of keeping an eye on.
A non-linear approach wears thin, initial intrigue giving way to frustration as the story continually dances away with the cuts.