CJ’s review published on Letterboxd:
Jumpy and really effective at times. The overall feel of the movie is insufferable if it were to happen in real life and I wouldn't want that. This movie currently holds a 90% on Rotten Tomatoes which I agree with because it's a rare treat. Even though it has flaws, it still managed to give me the scares, I don't know about others who call it bad or terrible. I'm thinking of it as a claustrophobic type of thriller where the technicalities and production outdid any other aspects of the movie. I loved it a lot.