In Deny Everything, when you have to dispose of a corpse quickly, you mustn’t forget an important part of that process. Deny. Everything.Frank (Patrick Knowles) is the type of guy who takes pride in his work and wants nothing more than a clear mind to focus on his career. Things get completely wrecked when his friend Jeff (Dominic Leeder) turns up in the early hours of the morning, asking for an old favour they both drunkenly agreed too. He’s got a dead body, and wants some help – no questions asked.
Deny everything is a British thriller/ comedy. I was very excited to see this film and now I know why. It was fantastic! I really can not say enough about this. I will be honest though, I didn’t want to know much about this film before seeing it as I didn’t want to get it spoiled.
Well, thankfully I think I made the right move as the film was very very good. It had a sort of road kill (paul Walter film) vibe to it and played on the cat and mouse game theme which I rather enjoyed.
The story was pretty epic and I thought that the acting wasn’t bad either, there was a point I felt the humour was forced to sort of lightening the mood. Other than that everything was great.
I thought the atmosphere was great and the film certainly had a lot of tension. I liked that I really didn’t know where the film was going and that captured the mystery element of the film for me.
This is a full circle great that I really enjoyed a little slow at times but still very enjoyable.
I think this is one a lot of people will very much enjoy
| Ross Wilcock
Comedy, Crime | UK, 2017 | NC | Dir.Michael Eden |Patrick Knowles, Dominic Leeder, Spencer Burrows,