I've seen this now and and I liked it! I'm also lazy. So I'm going to copy what I put in the other thread.
"Went to go see Prevenge last night, written and directed by Alice Lowe (of Garth Marenghi/Sightseers fame). The simple setup - a pregnant woman is told by her unborn baby to go on a killing spree. Tonally it somehow fits together, and the great thing is that it's more than just its premise.
By that I mean the character development works well and I won't say more than that. It's got a Shane Meadows/Ben Wheatley vibe that works really well. It's funny too, much in the vein of the British humour that Lowe has been a part of throughout her acting. The soundtrack has some good off-kilter stuff in there, mostly in that synthy It Follows style but with a couple of tracks that were a bit weirder and 'childlike', for lack of a better word.
If I had one knock against it, it isn't gory enough. I wanted some scenes to be proper ultraviolent but they didn't quite go for that. That said, I can understand why. The screening I was in had a q&a with Alice Lowe afterwards and she said that the film was shot in 11 days, with less budget than a wedding, and she was heavily pregnant at the time of filming. So I can certainly forgive it for not having in depth special effects.
Also @Ruffers a good chunk of it is in Cardiff, but it isn't overtly Cardiff if you know what I mean. I think the vibe is supposed to be the average UK city.
I'm not sure if it'll hold up on repeat viewings because there isn't a huge amount of depth to it, but if you want a different take on the slasher genre I would really recommend it. Definitely a good one for fans of horror, there's some pretty good references in there and it does feel genuinely refreshing. I don't usually say "go see this film purely to support the artist" but I would really like to see Alice Lowe direct more stuff, so go see it to support her!"