Matt LaFemina’s review published on Letterboxd:
The entire movie I kept thinking how much better this would have been as a sci-fi thriller. I also love a good slow-burn horror. This was not that either.
It was a mix of a lot of things, and while that’s not necessarily a bad thing, In this case it created a pretty empty film. And that’s my biggest issue: i couldn’t connect with any of the characters at all. I found myself zoning in and out of this one. I really wanted to like this more, and although it looked great and there were some intense and shocking scenes, I just never was remotely worried about any of our main characters. The actions were disturbing on shock value alone but never landed the emotional punch. Not for me sadly
Also Sean Bean is in the movie. You know what’s coming folks