Lisa the Beauty Queen’s review published on Letterboxd:
Hounds of Love is a haunting, brutal, and beautifully made dive into the depths of depravity that can come from abuse and the breaking of someone's psyche.
It's not an easy watch, but I'd argue it's almost an essential one. Emma Booth gives the best performance I've seen this year, and it's sad that it's shocking to find a film with this subject matter that treats its female characters' suffering with such weight and tact. True crime stories often can feel exploitative, but this feels like a film that had to be made.
One of the finest films of the year without a doubt, Hounds of Love is a gem that you must absolutely try and seek out.