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If you love horror you will love this movie.
It really is a shame as this could have been a contender, but again the hype surrounding the film is inaccurate and only there to give the film notoriety.
Not only is the woman kept a prisoner, but we find there are other prisoners who have, likewise, been tortured.
I heard a lot about this movies before I decided to buy it. Overall it didn't live up to the hype. It was just ok for me. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Hector
This is one of the better British horror films in years. The plot is different with a few twists and turns so it holds you attention.Published 11 months ago by Old Man
mum and dad is awesome, English version of texas chainsaw. especially the last scene.. some good brutality is dished out by dad what a great dvdPublished 11 months ago by martyrs fan
Product arrived on time & in excellent condition however, I have not actually viewed this DVD yet so I cannot honestly comment on the movie or how well it plays on DVD player.Published 13 months ago by Jimmy C.
I watched this movie several times and it still gives me the willies. It is tops in horror. I loved it!!Published 14 months ago by Carolyn B. Rak
This is a disgusting movie. There is no drama, no suspense, just scene after scene of a young woman being tortured nearly to death. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Joe Z
It's different. It's gruesome. Not for the faint of heart. More real and gritty than a Friday the 13th or Halloween type of slasher film.Published 16 months ago by Adirondack Dude
I'm almost guaranteed a good scare from a British horror movie. The movie was more grotesque than scary but I enjoyed it. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Reina Sanchez
WOW!!! What a movie! I initially thought it was going to be some cheesy "dark humor" flick but I was way off. This is horror at it's finest. Read morePublished 18 months ago by F. Sasso