While driving home from a posh party thrown at a country estate, Alice (Anderson) and her partner Adam (Dyer) suffer a violent gang attack. The preditors become the prey when Alice and Adam discover their attackers
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD exhibits deep blacks and well-balanced colors. Resolution is good but not great, as some scenes look smeared and soft. Details are recognizable in the shadows, and when combined with the solid blacks, it can make for a dimensional-looking image. Contrast is balanced nicely and the picture looks fairly natural, but pixel breakup can be noticed fairly frequently, which is disappointing. (Danny Richelieu)
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