An excruciating low point for the usually excellent Noah Baumbach.
A worthy successor to Ridley Scott’s original and a winning piece of science fiction in its own right.
For low budget horror fans and found footage aficionados, it’s well worth a look.
For horror fans, this is one of the year’s best.
The necessary element of unpredictability is largely absent in this low-budget thriller.
The Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze-starring picture is still a celluloid representation of a pulsing adrenal gland.
Lumpen, Chthonic shapes clamber out the shadows, turning human beings into blobs of bloated, tentacled flesh.
Although it is entertaining, the action/comedy balance isn't quite calibrated correctly.
Despite the great acting, 'Faults' is undone by a number of plot holes and a denouement that feels underdeveloped.
A questionable 'Cannibal Holocaust'-esque moment is but one of the elements holding this intriguing horror-thriller back.
Arousal by plant life, armed robbery and the sight of a man weeping are all covered in this good-natured comedy.