DVD Review: Psychosis

Posted in DVDs, Film, Reviews
By Sam Bathe on 17 Jul 2010

After a promising if by-the-numbers start, Psychosis goes quickly down hill with sloppy direction and a frustrating narrative letting down this British horror. Charisma Carpenter plays a woman at peace in her glorious manor house, only when strange disturbances and a nearby group of environmental protesters rouse problems everything goes south and descends into chaos. Sadly this is the perfect example of Carpenter’s fall from grace, and forgettable from the British crew too.

Film: ★★★★★ Extras: ★★★★★

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