Boxer_Santaros’s review published on Letterboxd:
Was a lil skeptical going in that this would be nothing more than eye rolling try-hard nonsense, but turns out its defining trait is actually that heart-warming psychotic Rob Zombie type empathy, so how the hell could I not love it? The very ending felt somewhat redundant/on autopilot, but otherwise this absolutely fucking sings, juuuuuuust enough weirdo flourishes and digressions to keep the audience effectively befuddled and on edge even while on a scene by scene basis this is closer to a mopey french drama than full-blown horror film(it's amazing how misleading the "omg car fucking body horror!" hype is), without ever totally devolving into a shallow and trendy exercise in prefab strangeness merely for its own sake. More or less the epitome of what I hope for but rarely get from buzzy modern prestige horror, something that's got the unshakable filmmaking chops of ambitious/pretentious navel-gazing arthouse cinema, yet without ever thumbing its nose at all of the quasi-disreputable schlock and awe on display.