|Starring:||Dominic Burns, Lewis Copson, Deborah Burns, Zach Galligan, Adam Dakin|
|Run time:||1 hour 27 minutes|
|Rental release:||23 May 2011|
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Worse than rubbishBy a customer from London , 06 Jun 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]I just had to review this film because it is probably the worst film I have ever seen. The acting is awful and the plot is really slow. Give it a miss!
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One of the worst movies ever madeBy MarkWarnes (9 reviews) from Cambridge , 09 Jul 2012Dreadful. I've watched many low budget horror films but this is below the threshold. The acting is unbelievably poor and the script is derivative and cliched. I can't think of a single redeeming feature for this movie which would fail as an undergraduate media studies project.
I'm struggling to remember why I added this to my list...
I thought I wrote a review for this...I can't believe I have to againBy MsLilly (265 reviews) from London , 31 Oct 2011This was painful to watch, the concept was very good but executed without any style or panache, a good few frights but you seems to be waiting the extra second for something to happen, it was gory though.
stupid waste of timeBy worky (9 reviews) , 29 Sep 2011what a waste of a movie. the continuous filming doesnt work and the story has been done many times before.expected a lot more from this
The director should have said 'cut' after 5 minutes.By UncleBuck (43 reviews) from Eastbourne , 24 Sep 2011I really feel compelled to demand that I get a credit to my account to compensate me for having to watch this tripe. Feeling even more gullable for requesting this on Blu-ray...why I would want to see this garbage in hi-definition is beyond me.
A CUT Below The RestBy deathbychainsaw (14 reviews) , 26 Aug 2011In my opinion, Cut had quite good promise, the idea of taking a movie and filming it in one continuous take sounded adventurous, but the film suffered from several aspects, such as poor script-writing, less desirable acting abilities, and strenuous dialogue; to be honest, I often thought that I was watching a live edition of a soap opera, the acting really was that bad, and when the Bad Guy finally shows up, it is ultimately a let down; all in all, a terrible film, but with much promise; it could have been all different, especially with a larger budget and serious actors.