Suffice to say, Overdrive is not a very good movie and yet I can’t help myself to be reasonably entertained if only for some of the respectable car chases and stunts and at least an tolerable story that kept me engaged for the short running time.
It’s really a shame that, as with Dying of the Light, it’s unlikely we’ll ever see what director Gee Malik Linton’s original movie was like although I have read some have seen his cut. Instead, we get a hodge-podge mess of a film slapped together by the studio and the result was an utter mess of a film.
Knock Knock is the latest Eli Roth misfire and although on paper it sounded good, the execution was anything but. The acting was bad, including Keanu Reeves and his wooden performance, to go along with poor writing. Not sure in what circumstance I would ever revisit this film. The Blu-ray released by Lionsgate has good video, great audio and only so-so amount of bonus features.