Mr_Jones’s review published on Letterboxd:
As one of the most infamous movies out there, I think everything about this has already been said. The most striking thing for me personally was the mood shift from the genuine documentary feel to the notorious exploitation later on. The biggest accomplishment of this movie is that it was able to make the gruesome imagery less disturbing than the bigger idea of Western intruders obnoxiously slaying indigenous people for the sake of sensational entertainment. This is indeed a classic disturbing movie, but not for the obvious "graphic" reasons. It makes you feel disgusted in a very profound way.