on 3 April 2007
Left For Dead is a top Uk action feature, which despite it's low budget nature is fun, enjyable and most of all action packed.
The film has it's flaws but looking past them this is a superb effort for what it is and a bloody fun film to watch.
on 19 November 2005
In the opening scene of ‘Left for Dead’ the low budget roots of this homegrown, self-funded British action film are painfully obvious. Thankfully the ambition and love of the genre that the filmmakers have clearly injected into the project are infectious and within minutes all its flaws are forgotten. With its straight-forward, engaging revenge storyline and numerous energetic and accomplished fight scenes ‘Left for Dead’ is a kick in the head for a genre that has come to rely too heavily on special effects and wire-work. Few filmmakers at this level of funding would even attempt to make such an elaborate, time-consuming and large-scale project, especially in a country in which genre films in general are a rarity, but the finished film stands as a testament to their success. The spirit and inventiveness of this back-to-basics action film puts some of the most expensive and explosive blockbusters to shame and needs to be seen to be believed.