Dustin Baker’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'll give it one thing, it's certainly fucking ambitious. Such an out-there plot with tendrils of all sorts of elements coming together in this hodgepodge of craziness, of which having the cast dress up like it's an extended sketch from The Kids in the Hall (the wig budget must have cost more than anything else in here) only adds to the surrealism. In all honestly, I wish I enjoyed this more, knowing how much effort and fun went into it. But for this kind of film and at that long of a runtime, I just found myself wanting to check out more often than I'd like.