- They didn’t show HOW the serial killer escaped within
the jail/cell area.
and to overpower several ARMED Prison guards strained credibility
from the git-go…lacking plot ingenuity already, not good.
2.The armed guard that said “good night paul” didn’t even
RECOGNIZE this was not “paul”, yes I know his back was turned,
but still a ‘movie type’ deception we’ve seen before, and even the
the guard at the guardhouse didn’t recognize this was not “paul”
when driving out!
- Cops SHOULD HAVE found him within minutes in the general area
in that vehicle…maybe a scene where he DITCHES the vehicle and
steals another vehicle within minutes somewhere nearby might have worked.
4.Early on, Sirens wailed unnecessarily when Police arrived at one
surviving victims house…stupid overused dramatic effect.
Predictable BOO moment, when Dying Dog snapped at Kevin Bacon,
scene stolen from the movie ‘Seven’, with that thought-dead starving
‘Icepick’ Lady’s aim to her eye was TOO METICULOUS to shove
it in her eyeball that ACCURATELY lightning fast…scene would have worked
better if she put the Pick to her eyeball FIRST, ‘dreading’ the audience to
what she was about to do, THEN shoving it in her eye quick, as opposed
to just ‘shocking’ the audience and doing it TOO quickly having people
like me questioning how she could have such a quick and accurate aim like that.
7.Near the end, I Saw that potential Killer policeman coming a mile away with his big ol’
smile entering the house when invited in by that girl…They didn’t show ANYTHING
after that scene what the Cop did to that girl IF he did, but I BET that Cop is one of the ‘Followers’,
any takers on that bet? lol.
Well, overall it looks to be just an average crime show with nothing
really original or too compelling about it, but I may see a few episodes
just to give it the benefit of the doubt…Why do these serial killers always seem to be British anyway?..How about we see a fucking Canadian
serial killer for once, Eh? Why not Eh? Maybe not, How about an Eskimo serial killer? Nah that
might not work either, I guess we’ll keep them British so they can
sound scary, cool, and cunning to audiences.