John (Magic Rat Movies)’s review published on Letterboxd:
Cheap and it has to be said, fairly amateurish debut feature from Adam Mason, who would go on to forge a fairly prolific career in low budget horror and B movie titles. This is chiefly notable for me personally as it's another indie British horror movie shot on locations I'm familiar with. Indeed much of the movie seems to have been filmed, possibly guerrilla-style, on the mean street(s) of erm...Kimbolton, a sleepy little village in rural Cambridgeshire. Almost certainly the most exciting thing to happen there since God was a lad.