An good movie but it lacks focus and some snappy direction. The pacing is fine considering the long running time but the problem is that the movie just seems so "middle-of-the-road". The script never surprised me on any level and the suspense scenes felt luke warm. In the end it just felt like an episode of "The Midsomer Murders". I expected more from this.
Just a really solid suspenseful mystery, especially considering how long it is; it gets you hooked in the first ten minutes and never lets go. The story works on so many levels so you can really sink you teeth into this film and get a lot out of it. Moss is definitely better than most popcorn mystery suspense flicks you're likely to watch, it even has some brains AND a good ending! Can't complain with this one.