Like the titular character has a hold on our female protagonist, this film has a strange hold on me.
There's a psychedelic and occasionally jazzy score applied early on, that immediately sucked me into the story but it soon gives way to a more classical, melodic piano melody, which is equally great.
The film makes great use of its brief runtime and has some wonderful visual ideas to bring its comic book origins to life, which includes some still photography scenes inserted into certain scenes that look like a photo story in comic book form. The interview reveals that the director wanted even more in that vein but what little is there in the film certainly impresses.
What also stands out is the superb and rich production design as well as the versatile dream sequences and imagery in those scenes.
"Female Chucky" also gets a brief appearance.