Film opened in Australia recently...here's an excerpt from one review. Sounds promising.
Review by Louise Keller: >>>>>>>>Screaming violins counter the eerie silence of comatose patients in this startling and terrifying horror film in which obsession and control are its main themes. Antony I. Ginnane, sitting in the producer's chair for the second time, should be well pleased with the result that is sure to attract a cult following and good word of mouth. Garry Richard's constantly moving camera accentuates our discomfort and if armchair terror is your adrenalin, you'll get high on Patrick. Pino Donaggio's glorious discordant orchestral score is a standout, making the hairs on the back of our necks stand up, never letting up and always keeping us tightly on the leash. Bloody scary!>>>>>>>>>>
Here's another ... >>>>>>>>>The script is robustly accompanied by Pino Donaggio’s (Don’t Look Now / Carrie) truly magnificent score which really ramps up the suspense. The film draws parallels with the works of Hitchcock and Brian DePalma, who also collaborated with Donaggio>>>>>>>>>