Steven Kess’s review published on Letterboxd:
Sid Haig steals the show but is in it too little, the family do a good job as well, but who can care about the kids? At least we got a Goggins.
Overall, it is a hearty attempt but mostly doesn’t work. It feels like it wants you to think it is more shocking than it is, but really it is pretty tame. It does have some nifty production design and decent camera work but it doesn’t flow well and isn’t very engaging.