Ian West’s review published on Letterboxd:
An unsung classic of 70's horror, Messiah of Evil is an unsettling little cinematic nightmare—Ultra eerie, slow burn, art horror that delivers dollops of dread with a thick oozing atmosphere that drives my cinematic senses wild.
A hazy offbeat dream Equal parts Romero's Dead world and Carpenter’s Antonio Bay, by way of Lovecraft and Carnival of Souls. I could go more into it but nah, check it out instead! Essential 70's horror with unmatched tone and one of my favorite films of any genre. I adore this movie.
Some sort of nightmare world.