Danny Dyer as you've never seen him before.
Prepare yourself for one of the most terrifying films of the year. An all-action, adrenaline-fueled bloodbath that has been compared to Severance, Hostel and Saw, Deviation sees Danny Dyer returning to explosive form in what is being proclaimed as a career defining performance.
Told over one horrifying night, Deviation will take you on a white-knuckle journey into the mind of Frank Norton (Danny Dyer – The Business, Severance), a dangerous schizophrenic murderer as he escapes from Broadmoor Hospital and embarks on a murderous rampage across London. But when Frankie takes a hostage (Anna Walton - Hellboy II), the deadly game of cat-and–mouse truly begins.
We dare you to watch this alone!
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A nurse going home after her shift gets taken hostage in her car by an escaped killer is basically what this film is about. The whole movie is mainly about the killer getting the nurse to drive him to a boat so he can get away and obviously there are a few mishaps along the way. The acting is very believable and Dyer's character is interesting and complex as he really sees himself as being a nice guy who just wants to be loved even though he's a killer with seemingly no remorse. The Blu-ray print is fine although when a movie is set mostly at night it doesn't really matter so much. Certainly worth watching and does keep you intrigued. Recommended.
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