Justin LaLiberty’s review published on Letterboxd:
Like some sort of inspired, grue soaked amalgam of The Honeymoon Killers and Trouble Every Day shot by someone with an eye for slow motion, writhing bodies and toes being sloppily sucked. Potent horror cinema at its most artsy and art-house fodder at its sleaziest and most visceral. I didn't know that blood could be photographed so many ways in 90 minutes.
Don't drink the tea.