Jeremy Heilman’s review published on Letterboxd :
Keating uses a somewhat experimental narrative structure here, crosscutting between the exploits of three serial killers who may or may not have been spurred into action by a fourth's dying curse. Although nominally a horror film, this is never scary or even suspenseful, instead slathering music cues over the action. This helps to ease the turbulence as the action shifts back and forth among its almost entirely disparate threads, somewhat, but keeps the sadism in any given scene at an arm's length. Ultimately, this must have been intended as an exercise in style, but it's not even impressive on that front.