DVD Review: Trespass Against Us
By John Corrado
Chad Cutler (Michael Fassbender) lives with his wife (Lyndsey Marshal) and their two young kids in the same trailer park as his notorious crime boss father Cal (Brendan Gleeson). Chad is desperate to break away from a life of crime and go clean, not wanting his son to grow up like him, but Cal is keeping him under his iron grip, and sends him out for one last heist that brings their conflicts with the law to a head.
Although Trespass Against Us doesn’t always work, the film is kept entertaining thanks to some solid action and a good cast, including a typically committed performance from Michael Fassbender, and scene-stealing work by Brendan Gleeson in an off-kilter supporting role. This is a unique little film that is worth a look for fans of the actors, especially now that it’s more widely available. You can read my full review right here.
The DVD includes no bonus features, but curious viewers should still feel free to check out the film.
Trespass Against Us is an Elevation Pictures release. It’s 100 minutes and rated 18A.