Army-trained Richard (Considine) returns to his hometown with his mentally-challenged younger brother, Anthony (Kebbell), in tow. Anthony has been used and abused by a raggedy bunch of local drug dealers, and Richard plans to teach the bullies a deadly lesson...
Disturbing, uncompromising and completely gripping, this could do for slasher movies what 28 Days Later did for zombie flicks.
Reviewed by Colin Kennedy
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