collin’s review published on Letterboxd:
This had a promising start with the first act doing a good job at setting up the family and ending with a genuine creepy sequence. Yet like most Into the Dark episodes it loses steam rather quickly, concluding with a laughable endgame. The conspiracy theory that this is based on is far creepier than the film, I'd suggest researching black eyed kids for a better scare. Could have done without the countless flashback scenes and useless exposition to pad the runtime.