Directed by Catherine Fordham
A young woman’s fiercest self takes over to fight for her life when she’s attacked in this taut thriller from up-and-coming filmmaker Catherine Fordham. After waking up and noticing bruises on her body, the woman flashes back to last night’s perilous journey home. But as full memory of the attack she experienced comes back to her, we soon realize our heroine turned the tables in a surprisingly scary way. Fordham’s effective twist on the rape-revenge thriller marks her as a forward-thinking horror maker with a unique perspective in a historically misogynistic genre. Contains strong language, violence and gore.
A young woman’s fiercest self takes over to fight for her life when she’s attacked.
Cast: Monica West, Parker Madison, Zelda Gay, Tanner Dahlin, Alexia Moran, Jacopo Rampini
Hell yeah! As a woman, walking home alone is one of the scariest things sometimes and so it was really tense for me but her face when she looks up and remembers at the very end? Brilliant.
It was okay. I found some of the details to be a bit unrealistic. More fear, more screaming, less whole ear.
Didn't do much for me, I felt like there was no real substance here. Still though, the director did okay in showcasing how information can be spread out when working with an unusually short amount of time.