Daniel Lackey’s review published on Letterboxd:
Low-budget black comedy mainly known for its score by the Residents (much of it repurposed from COMMERICAL ALBUM). Obnoxious middle-aged couple must hide the accidental murder of an obnoxious census taker from their obnoxious in-laws. Resemblance to WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOLFF is deliberate and called out almost immediately after the opening titles. Not really 90 minutes of story here, despite a brilliant if pointless subplot involving the protagonists' kids hacking ATMs. Still has some great bits though.