Makes for a fun companion film with Logan Lucky in the way both use genre to poke at and expose the corruptions and failings of our American institutions. I wouldn't call it consistently scary (the tone kinda reminds me of the more fun breeze of something like Slumber Party Massacre and it wears it well) but there are definitely moments and specific shots that are genuinely terrifying.
Test screening of the (somewhat) unfinished product, so I can't really say anything terribly specific about why I really liked this, but MAN, I really really liked this. Incredibly gorgeous throwback to classical, gothic horror a la Edgar Allen Poe (with tinges of Lovecraft). Dug the hell out of it.