Despite the occasional absurdity, it hits the mark as a feel-good flick about girl love, loyalty and fierce friendship.
A largely enjoyable episode, but it’s really time to get a move on.
A sincere and uncompromising depiction of sexual repression, forbidden love and sacrifice.
Fun concept and some strong cinematography aside, the film is constantly hurt by the underdevelopment of character and plot.
Lumpen, Chthonic shapes clamber out the shadows, turning human beings into blobs of bloated, tentacled flesh.
Although it is entertaining, the action/comedy balance isn’t quite calibrated correctly.
Despite the great acting, ‘Faults’ is undone by a number of plot holes and a denouement that feels underdeveloped.
It also has the longest single-take fight scene of its kind in history.
There was the potential for a more inventive adventure, but ultimately it plays it too safe to be anything special.
Episode three reveals more of Delaney’s shadowy past, his relationship with his sister, and increases the show’s tempo seamlessly.