Tony D'Amico’s review published on Letterboxd :
There really isn't much to say about this pile of shit except for the fact that it was exactly that.....a pile of shit.
The film was so dark, that i adjusted my brightness because I thought my TV was messed up. But no it was ridiculously dark, almost to the point that I couldn't see any of the characters in some of the scenes.
There wasn't one actor in this film that I recognized, it was a cast of literal nobodies. Wait there was one guy i knew. Not that I expected this to be anything other than a shitty direct to DVD title, but c'mon, at least make an entertaining film, even if there isn't a professional actor on the set.
I mean this should have gotten people fired, for wasting shit-tons of money and for even having the balls to ditribute the crap. If there was an intelligent person involved it would have been scrapped or at least reworked.