Bryan Colley’s review published on Letterboxd :
A great idea for a movie but I'm not sure Kevin Willmott knows what he wants to say with it. The early black and white scenes look fantastic for this no budget film (he said it cost $7,000) and the humor is spot on. Once we reach modern day, however, it suddenly looks like its budget and the jokes become hit and miss. Even overlooking the fact that the film was obviously pieced together, the social commentary isn't as sharp as in his other films, and I can only blame a muddled script (although the weakest scenes seem improvised). It's still a notch above most other local features though.