Brendan’s review published on Letterboxd:
Hey are you in the mood for a cheap but entertaining and surprisingly inventive horror movie thats easily accesible (on netflix), has goofy and watchable characters and worth the 90 minute investment? Then I got the movie for you!
Granted it's not perfect, pacing is awful, I really don't like the monsters murder methods, and don't go into this expecting this to be a twisty whodunnit. The potential is there but it'd rather be a slowburn and that still works. This has a weird spark to it you don't get with alot of cheap netflix and that alone is worth it. Good monster with some fun and honestly really cool implications to it.
Also, Peyton is a perfect person and his douchey younger brother who doesn't understand what creepypastas