Aaron White’s review published on Letterboxd:
Very oddball stop-motion animated anthology that tells three stories connected to a singular creepy house. The first is pretty much a deal with the devil situation and I enjoyed both its story and the animation the most. They get progressively stranger and the animation more modern and crisp as they go. By the end, I was just ready for it to end and bored to death. There's probably a big connecting theme or message, but I didn't care enough to figure out what that was, so it didn't get any sort of emotional or intellectual reaction out of me at all.