Dir: Benjamin Barfoot. With: Georgia Groome, Danny Morgan, Kelly Wenham. 89 mins. Cert: 15
There are a couple of reasonable moments in this Brit horror-comedy, and Georgia Groome is always a likable presence. But it feels weirdly nasty, unfunny and lame – like a humourless Baise-moi for a 90s ladmag audience. Groome and Kelly Wenham play
Lulu and Kitty, two sisters who pick up clueless blokes for double dates, take them back to their palatial family home and kill them, for occult ritualistic motives. Kitty is supposed to be the more fanatical of the two, set up as a serious badass and a positive kickboxing ninja. Screenwriter Danny Morgan plays Jim, an unhappy virgin that the women have in their sights: Michael Socha plays his self-appointed wingman Alex. It ticks the genre boxes, but with not much wit or style.