Chadwin’s review published on Letterboxd:
Was really debating what to give this.
But I loved the nostalgic summer vibe it had, the quietness of the film, and the overall sense of direction. I do have to admit I felt like the movie meandered a little too much at times, but I enjoyed it too much to care (especially it only being about 90 min long).
Didn’t like it nearly as much as It Follows, but I did like it better than Under the Silver Lake. So as far as his films go, it was in the middle for me.
Plus, as someone from Michigan, I gotta enjoy a good Michigan flick every once in a while.