Director: Jim Mickle
After a man shoots a burglar to protect his family, the burglars ex-con father comes seeking revenge. Soon the two men discover they are both pawns in a much bigger police cover up and come together to find the answers.
Tight direction and a great cast take this tale down paths I never saw coming (ones I wont reveal). There's enough grittiness, blood shed, and adult themes to please many horror hounds.
Rating: So Good
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