The dumbing down of the violence to tiresome torture porn, robs it of its parallel to David Sumner's psychological shift.
A required watch for fans of Frank Darabont, creator of The Walking Dead, if only to see what a difference 20 years can make.
Believes itself brutal, when in reality a small number of strong images are tied loosely together with a basic story.
Florencia Colucci is superb, easily shouldering the film. Also impressive is some genuine creepiness courtesy of clever lighting.
A mixed bag and too ambitious for so early in a career, however Guillem Morales should be noted for the future.
A confused affair that is a bizarre mishmash of clashing styles, with the barest of subplot revealed in just one line of dialogue.
A timeless and sublime masterpiece that presents an incredibly intelligent and moving picture of psychological struggle.
Low budget, not particularly well acted and with a basic script, yet somehow, this film manages to elicit goosebumps.
A great example of how the first-person horror subgenre works its magic, but it also highlights some of its core flaws.