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The critical consensus

A circuitous, curious hybrid.

***(*)(*)Total Film, 05/11/2010

A gleefully gory slasher-horror that satirises the property bubble and piles up the bodies in the process. Not for the faint of heart.

***(*)(*)Kim Newman, Empire Online, 15/11/2010

Its anarchistic spirit is refreshing, its morals repellent, its trail is bloody indeed.

***(*)(*)Paul Dale, The List, 16/11/2010

Pang's film may be heavy-fisted with the satire and foggily plotted, too, despite the lengthy flashbacks, but no one could doubt his commitment to the death rattle.

**(*)(*)(*)Catherine Shoard, The Guardian, 18/11/2010

The unsettling thing is that, as in Peeping Tom, our feelings for the killer aren't entirely unsympathetic.

**(*)(*)(*)Anthony Quinn, The Independent, 19/11/2010

Not one to watch on a full stomach, or if you’re house-hunting, but horror fans will think they’ve made the find of the year.

***(*)(*)The Herald, 18/11/2010

A snooze of a sob story.

*(*)(*)(*)(*)Tim Robey, The Telegraph, 19/11/2010

Less Location, Location, Location, more Exploitation, Exploitation, Exploitation.

***(*)(*)David Edwards, Daily Record, 19/11/2010

It's sick and surprising stuff to be sure, but in a good way.

****(*)Alistair Harkness, The Scotsman, 20/11/2010

The overly clever construction works against making (the main character) a sympathetic figure.

Philip French, The Observer, 21/11/2010

It is so grimly explicit that I couldn't watch at times but there's a nice twist in the tale.

**(*)(*)(*)Henry Fitzherbert, 21/11/2010

Where and when?

General release. Check local listings for show times.

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