Kerry Fristoe’s review published on Letterboxd:
A young couple (Gary Cockrell and Jill Adams) rent a remote cabin in the English countryside, but find a gang of crooks hiding out there. The criminals are waiting for a plane to pick them up and carry them and their loot out of the country. Oh, another bunch of bad guys are hanging out ready to ambush them near the landing field so they can kill gang #1 and steal the money. Will the couple be able to use their wiles to escape or are they all doomed?
It's weird. This film is only 61 minutes long and it still managed to drag. It's not terrible, but don't go out of your way to see it.
If Gary Cockrell looks familiar, it's because he plays Lolita's husband at the end of the 1962 Kubrick film.