Adrian’s review published on Letterboxd:
I’m liking this trend of white blond women in horror films not being the stereotypical idiots anymore, that shit has been played out for awhile now and they usually trigger me in the films causing me to yell at the screen most times. I’m glad that was not the case here.
Betty Gilpin was fantastic in this and she was easily my favorite part of the film. She’s a beautiful talent and I’d love to see her in more films.
This was actually hilarious but also a little too much libtard retard juice for me. Some of the dialogue was pretty shaky too, especially from the old white couple at the gas station. But overall I had a fun time watching this and liked the way it ended.