GKnight’s review published on Letterboxd:
This first hour of this movie was excellent, setting up an unconventional ghost story (basically a supernatural thriller). It had an interesting premise, supported by excellent visuals and good acting. I could even overlook obvious plot holes and nonsensical scientific theories. It all went downhill in the second half, when the story started to lose direction, becoming uneven with too many subplots and ridiculous over the top sequences. Eventually, it got tangled up in its own web, limping along towards a muddled conclusion.