Matt DeTurck’s review published on Letterboxd :
Meh. I've seen worse, but I've sure seen better. S'got some cool aspects to it (the tomb, the makeup, the misty graveyard), some really great aspects to it (the plane crash sequence), but also some really stupid stuff (the humor falls completely flat, the romance is boring as hell, there's some weird casting choices, the CGI is unnecessary and overused, and the plot -- overall -- is a big shrug). Tyler's score has a nice main theme, but otherwise isn't crazy distinguishable. Overall the whole thing is just kinda "there" - "I saw it. It wasn't awful."