Well, well, well. This was quite a surprise. Cold, malevolent, sadistic, vile. The story is wonderfully assisted by its technical aspects, which work together seamlessly to give the atmosphere. The seemingly isolated location and the pacing also helps the vibe. And then, we have the great cinematography combined with a suspenseful score.
What I loved on a technical level: the cinematography, the soundtrack, the colors, which are plain, ordinary and combined to create an unnerving juxtaposition to what is occurring on screen.
I was impressed with the way the story flowed. The slow (yet effective) nature of the storytelling is a key point.
On an overall scale, it isn't going to be an easy sit for those who are easily affected by on-screen violence but it’s kinda a hidden gem to certain audience members who may not know it exists.