Kyle’s review published on Letterboxd:
“Evil Dies Tonight!” If we say it enough it will sound cool right?!
There was a lot to like in this for me. I enjoyed the feel of the Flashbacks and the new angles it gave us, I liked the creativity and I like the basic premise of a town that gets riled up. Felt like there was a lot of moments pulled from Frankenstein both the original and the sequel Bride. Feel like it can’t be a coincidence. In the end though, I think a lot of the ideas fell flat and didn’t quite pay off in the end. Still entertaining and earned a couple solid “oh f$@k” moments from me.