Bruno Victorino’s review published on Letterboxd:
Everything about Bacurau's village is great. Everything that involves the americans is passable. Kléber Mendonça Filho uses his usual flirt with genre to build a very detailed universe, a portrait of deep Brazil, where danger lurks around every corner. It recalls a lot O Som ao Redor in that approach, where the architecture of spaces is so vital. It's a shame that the social criticism is so overdone that it almost becomes a parody of itself.