Nate Ezell’s review published on Letterboxd:
One of the most original anthologies I've ever seen. These films were so different, but not thematically or jarringly so. They were all good. They all spoke to different archetypes, but also they all had a very grounded, and accessible story (and emotion and cultural role) to tell. It was Black Mirrorish in a way, but original and not leaning on bleakness. There is reality here. And some ugly truths. My wife and I are going to be talking about these films for a while.