A shadowy opening, full of ominous promise; then... nothing. Ninety-odd minutes of a blonde (Rachel Nichols) being chased round and round a car park by a security man (Wes Bentley). No high tension, despite Alexandre Aja’s script input; any potential claustrophobia’s sucked into plot-holes you could drive all the parked cars through. There’s one good kill and some squirmy fingernail horror. But gore’s no substitute for an anaemic baddie – Bentley’s about as menacing as a Malteser. Extras comprise filmmakers’ commentary and a trio of featurettes.

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