Duane L. Martin, Rogue Cinema:
This is an indie style film, and to be honest, it looks damn good visually for a film that was shot on video. On every technical level, this was a really well made film that had some excellent camera work, lighting and sound, and was paced quite well throughout. The film and the story are enjoyable, and some of the performances in the film, most notably Robert Mobley's portrayal of Frankie, are really well done and engaging. I think that most people who sit down to watch this one will feel pretty good about the experience. This release is being put out by Synapse, who have long been known for the quality of their releases. This one is no exception. As I said above, the visual quality is great, and it comes with several special features, including audio commentary, a "making of" featurette, deleted and extended scenes, outtakes and the theatrical trailer.