Jeremy Sheffield’s review published on Letterboxd:
While the adult actors are great, the best moments in this film are when the kids are on screen. It feels like a horror anthology at times that hits more than it misses, but it’s hard to not feel the almost 3 hour runtime. It’s a good way to end things, but I think there is a better version of this story still lingering somewhere. I may be on the lookout for a director’s cut, but it will be awhile before I sit through this one again.