DirkH’s review published on Letterboxd:
No one lives. Everyone screams. A lot. And loudly.
This is one of the most poorly acted films I've seen in quite some time. The plot is what you'd expect from a film like this. There is talking, a gory death scene, some more talking, another death, ad infinitum.
But the acting. Man, it just kills everything. Most of the cast are either screaming very loudly, or picking from one of two facial expressions in their entire repertoire.
It is also a shame that it takes itself far too seriously otherwise it could have been an enjoyable B-grade exploitation film. It's just too far up its own ass to let that happen.