‘HARPOON’: BRUTALLY HONEST SURVIVAL HORROR WITH A TWISTED SENSE OF HUMOR [CFF REVIEW]

When Richard erroneously accuses his long time friend, Jonah, of sleeping with his girlfriend, Sasha, he feels like a real asshole. To make up for it, he invites them both onto his yacht to cut loose and return the friend group to its previous, harmonious state. But things are never that simple, are they? Rob Grant’s Harpoon is a thrilling example of self-preservation and the inevitable consequences of one’s actions. It’s a brutally honest survival horror with a twisted sense of humor, and it might be one of the strongest indie offerings I’ve seen this year.