Gareth Evans' third feature, Indonesian martial arts melée The Raid, it's worth remembering that he started out in Cardiff with this grim, bleak tale of a young man whose miserable life drifts into assisting with a snuff film racket. Never released in the UK but it had a US disc through Unearthed Films.
I said in my original review that I didn't think it was a horror film but that was before it was released. I think it was marketed as a horror film and that's enough to tip it over the borderline into the genre and thereby merit inclusion in the book.
One thing I do stand by from my review is that Footsteps was the best British film of the year. It's crminal that this isn't better known, but at least Gareth's Jakarta-set kick-flicks Merantau Warrior and now The Raid are bringing him to critical and popular attention.