Reviewed by snakeeyes
on 20/07/2016 01:55

One of my favourites in the series, simply because it has a short running time and knows what to do with it. The setups are effective and to the point, the characterization and dialogue thin but successful in fleshing out just enough to make us care, and there's some really great moments you won't see coming (clue: a two wheeler and ablutions...) which make this one a mean little thriller. Better than the first, come to think of it. And having both Amy Steele and Adrienne King present is a bonus.