Over the past few days, the 2012 French film Lockout has unexpectedly risen to the top of the UK’s Netflix rankings.
In 2015, the makers of Lockout were successfully sued by Carpenter for plagiarism, and eventually forced to pay damages of €450,000 (£394,000).
While the film has proved a popular hit on Netflix, reactions to Lockout on social media have been mixed.
“Watching the movie Lockout on #Netflix.
→ Full news story
You must be logged in to post a comment.
Want to submit Film content?
Animefice covers the latest Anime news.
Gamefice covers the latest Game news.
Screenfice covers the latest Film & TV news.
The Artifice is a long-form writing platform that covers a wide spectrum of art forms.