Branson Reese’s review published on Letterboxd:
Watched it for a Rude Tales patreon stream where we talked over it. Had a ball, those are always fun. It's not really the ideal circumstance to take in a new film with an open heart but come on. You have to live in the real world with me where I'm not necessarily looking for a change in my soul from a movie called Rock n' Roll Nightmare. Even so? The ending twist is transcendent. Complete audacity in the face of God and of story. Honestly not unlike Beau Travail in that sense although this thought doesn't hold up to even light scrutiny. That's fine though. For the most part you can just say whatever.