We've seen so many films in which we kill or are killed by monsters that we may have even come to the conclusion that this is a straightforward task/deed. Finishing them off, in other words. Well, it turns out that it isn't. Above all if you've ended up in the cells at a police station full of rookie cops who wouldn't even have got through the safety course in Police Academy (1984). Directed by England's Stuart Sparke, based in York, with a master's in digital directing from Bournemouth University, the word is that there is a Lovecraftian touch about him. Man, woman… don't know/did not answer. All that is clear is that any film featuring a bloodied girl brandishing a chainsaw in the style of Leatherface or the bride from [REC] 3 (2012) is a movie and a half. Above all if she knows how to use it.