I think the premium price rental is pretty fair and to me, I would always choose to watch any film released at the same time as at the cinema this way.
I’ll definitely be giving this a bash over the next couple of days.
OK, Saw it, liked it but it does flab a bit after it gets off.
Gilpin's character is underdeveloped but then they all are really and it manages to dispense some familiar actors quite wastefully. You never get the chance to grow with them or have a sense of caring - everyone is throwaway.
But as a divergence with a few laughs and kasplats, it passes by alright.
This and the Invisible man were great! Had so much fun. On another subject, remember when cinema releases had to go through the whole process of colour correction and formatting before being released on home video which took months, now here we are, they can release it straight away into our homes!
Funny and enjoyable, loved it and lots of (oh S*^T) moments
You do see some of the stuff coming from the off but that's how it goes.
The immigrant on the train talking english after they embark was the funniest bit....
I really liked it. The storyline always kept me interested and the black humour hit just the right note for me. Betty Gilpin was great although the 'gurning' did get a little distracting at times. Great action scenes with just enough wince enducing moments. As much fun as you can have with a low busget B movie. 8/10