"Man, a post-apocalyptic flick starring Vinnie Jones, Louis Skulnick (Robert Carridine), and Michael Madsen? Sign me up, this shit’s gotta be off the hook! At least that’s what I was hoping for as I approached the DVD player."
"Anti-Jussi Annila's savagely beautiful "Sauna" is easily one of the best horror films I've seen thus far this year, driving a nasty, surrealistic stake into the cinematic hearts of both Dead Snow and Martyrs."
"Sometimes it feels like the days of discovering a new cult film are gone. With the internet and the DVD revolution a movie can go from obscurity to widespread discussion to fanboy backlash before it’s even had a proper release..."
"The uneasy feeling of wanting to see a group of noxious, tech-savvy teenagers who always seem to be one step ahead of their prey, get beat to death with tree limbs or some other nearby object, should make any audience member feel unsettled."
"Sakichi Sato gets a lot of credit for knowing that even when your movie features a sewage cannon, pedophilia jokes, and castration by rotten teeth you still need a character you can stand to watch over the long haul."