A very stylish, gritty and emotional horror movie that felt like it goes on forever, and watching it made me feel like being in some kind of haze, which does suit the movie.
It had a very video game feel to it, just like Resident Evil, and I like that kind of thing. There are lots of strong female characters (I lovelovelove Radha Mitchell and Laurie Holden) and thank spaghetti for Sean Bean!
The plot is surreal, not genious or exactly clever, but there is a feel of mystery to it, which is always great. The first half of the movie is the best, and the ending left me wondering what's going on. The second half of the film made me yawn a couple of times, but that shouldn't stop you from watching this fun flick.
Oh, and the music is so beautiful!