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The critical consensus

A slick but empty British horror

Paul Greenwood, Evening Times, 16/09/2010

F doesn't quite work, but it aims at something interesting.

***(*)(*)Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian, 16/09/2010

The only full marks (the director) deserves are for wrapping things up in less than 80 minutes.

*(*)(*)(*)(*)Alison Rowat, The Herald, 16/09/2010

As a tribute to master-scaremonger John Carpenter this is a promising B+.

***(*)(*)Anthony Quinn, The Independent, 17/09/2010

It's reactionary stuff but there's some effective gruesomeness.

***(*)(*)Siobhan Synnot, Scotland on Sunday, 14/09/2010

Writer/director Johannes Roberts extracts nothing of interest, unless you think people backing slowly away from knife-wielding psychos constitutes horror.

*(*)(*)(*)(*)Alistair Harkness, The Scotsman, 18/09/2010

Intermittently effective but spoilt by an opening sequence about classroom violence that feels as if it’s from another film altogether.

**(*)(*)(*)Marc Lee, The Telegraph, 16/09/2010

Pulsing, paranoid and downright eerie, this is a hoodie thriller with proper scares John Carpenter would be proud of.

****(*)Kim Newman, Empire Online

Where and when?

General release. Check local listings for show times.

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