Jim Drew’s review published on Letterboxd:
This was a delight.
Going to tread carefully as this one of those best experienced with little knowledge going in.
Adam Green's love letter to monsters in an unusual format. There's one recent film that's not too far away in its central idea but this has its own direction. If you can get past Adam Green talking about Adam Green (and poking fun at himself), you should get swept away with the very genuine warmth and passion.
It was only in the Q&A that I realised how soft it was. This should serve as an excellent gateway film for youngsters while simultaneously providing wonderful nostalgia for older viewers to revel in.
I love a great sight gag and expertly crafted jump scare and this film provides a few of both.