W Delta Z
The mutilated body of a woman is found with W delta Z carved into her skin and little later her boyfriend is found dead as well. Detective Eddie Argo is put on the case along with his new partner Helen Wescott. Eddie believes this may have something to do with the gangs in the neighbourhood but it doesn’t take long for him to find out there’s more going on than meets the eye. Neither of the two rival gangs seem to be interesting in going to war and when two brothers are found dead with more carvings in the skin, it becomes clear a serial killer is on the loose.
Sound and Vision:
The image quality is decent but overall things look extremely dark. Compression errors are down to a minimum but the level of detail could use a bit of work in some scenes as things sometimes get so dark it’s hard to see what’s going on.
The sound isn’t bad but not impressive either.
– Behind the scenes
– Interviews with cast & crew
The usual stuff so to speak
When you look at the cover it seems this movie is the culmination of Seven and Saw. One quote after the other is saying how great this actually is but from where these quotes come remains hidden. Personally I think the quotes come from the makers themselves as the movie in the end is quite a disappointment. There’s a constant feeling of depression present, Melissa George does a perfect job in showing how a police officer shouldn’t act and Stellan Skarsgard looks like looks like he’s realised his career is over.
No, W Delta Z is nowhere near the quality of Saw and let alone up to par with Seven. Low budget junk with a thin predictable storyline and average acting at best is a better description of this film