F DVD review
The oddly named movie F is a UK thriller that sees a number of teachers defending themselves from a gang of when the school they work at comes under attack after the bell goes. Released on January 10, 2011, the film stars David Schofield, Eliza Bennett, Emma Cleasby, Ruth Gemmell, Juliet Aubrey and Findlay Robertson.
The film, for what it is, is very good. Horror fans may be disappointed that much of the actual violence isn't shown - and it's left to the viewer's imagination as to what happens. This, obviously, can be more disturbing than the violence itself. Directed by Johannes Roberts, the film has gained a 50/50 split of those who give it 5 stars to 1 star. In our opinion, the film is very hard hitting. After a slow start, the relationships between the teachers start to develop - and quickly dissolve. The idea is simple: when the sun sets, the school gets overrun by hoodies wanting to cause chaos, and murder.
F: a grade B filmThe film is similar to an 80s B-movie. You never really see the killers (or at least identify them) and there are plenty of holes. For example, teachers not having mobile phones, security guards being completely useless and people being burned in bins - where's the caretakers, for pity's sake!?
The film lasts for just over 75 minutes and many viewers may find the ending falls short of their expectations.
It's a good film, but not brilliant. We give it a 3 out of 5.
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F DVD review
Released: January 10, 2011
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