alexcmurphy’s review published on Letterboxd:
Solid, solid horror movie. Skillful as hell - iseamless and impressive when the effects kick in, but Whannel (like his partner in crime James Wan) took a few of the right pages from John Carpenter’s playbook - mainly stellar use of photographic depth, framing spaces, and pointed sound design.
More than a couple logistical holes as it reaches its home stretch. Still, it ends on a pretty great note.