Dan Nordquist’s review published on Letterboxd:
Not good? I don't know, I feel like even the people directly involved with this film would not disagree with that assessment.
And so there's very little incentive for me, honestly, to try to pull together a tight set of film-viewing notes. I guess the main issues are cardboard acting (when we really need to care about the leads to even consider the stakes of this film) and pacing that truly seems to avoid the heart of the matter for the majority of the film's run-time.
Some shots work OK, particularly anything underwater, and the music there is appropriately unsettling. But on the balance I, again, cannot recommend a little-know cult horror film that you were never in danger of ever watching in the first place.