War is literally hell in writer-director Michael J. Bassett's breathtakingly photographed fright flick/anti-war polemic hybrid, but it's seriously undermined by his clumsy handling of the supernatural twists.
1917, the Western Front. A British platoon comes under enemy fire and a group of soldiers gets separated from their unit. Lost in thick fog, they stumble onto an almost-abandoned German trench and kill almost everyone inside; their sole captive speaks no English, but his stark terror speaks louder than words. The odd thing is, it's not the soldiers he's afraid of. Squadron leader Captain Bramwell Jennings (Laurence Fox) views the location as a signature...