When you've seen one horror movie with a Netflix cover showing a woman on the ground reaching for help, you've probably seen them all.
I hadn't seen this one, so I did. And now I can the previous sentence to say, "I actually had pretty much seen this one."
I've always been a fan of McIntosh, and it's also nice that her character generally shows good instincts in fighting back
Aside from the whole "what's the point of this movie at all" thing, here comes yet another film to feature a character discovering another bound and gagged and first ungagging them before, oh, I don't know, untying his hands so that a) he can ungag himself and b) he can help you when the person who presumably gagged him in the first place comes right back
Scottish people hate the English with more fervor than I hate onions
Things you won't find in Scotland: network signals, working electricity, traffic, bears
Things you will find in Scotland: bear traps. Glorious, glorious bear traps
The Blood Lands isn't an incompetent film, but it sure is an incredibly frustrating one. It goes on too long with no payoff, and considering the film doesn't crack 90 minutes, that's a pretty rough selling point.