Directed by Simon Hunter
A ship carrying prisoners to a remote island prison sinks and the shipwrecked survivors wash up on a tiny island that harbours a lighthouse. Banding together, they battle a fellow survivor, a serial killer who is trying to kill them all devising an elaborate scheme to trap him in the lighthouse. Contains sexual scenes, violence and gore.
A ship carrying prisoners to a remote island prison sinks and the shipwrecked survivors wash up on a tiny island that harbours a lighthouse.
Cast: James Purefoy, Rachel Shelley, Christopher Adamson
Not perfect, but has some great moments, especially the Hitchcockian style tiolet scene - brilliant. A bit far-fetched at the end, but very exciting.
I'm surprised to see its rated 4/5. I liked the sound of the plot so put it on, but the film is constant cliches, too much over dramatic music and the acting made me cringe. Sadly not worth the watch.
When I first started watching this, I honestly thought I was going to turn it off. It was dark, I couldn't see or hear anything properly and I was bored. I'm glad I stuck with it, as it actually turned into an enjoyable film with lots of suspense and was actually pretty gory! No it's not great by any stretch, but there are much worse films to watch. Surprising.
Boring, amateurish and difficult to sit through.
bit cheesy but I thought it was really enjoyable