Matt Hurt’s review published on Letterboxd:
There's some really good dialogue and very heartfelt, yet tragic, moments where Glendon has to push his wife away to keep her safe. It would have been better with a more central protagonist to play off of Glendon. Yogami, Forsyth, and Ames all feel like they're competing for the hero moment of the movie but since there are three of them, it makes each of them feel underwritten. Especially Yogami.
The special effects of the transformations are good and the threat of the werewolf (along with the lore established) make for a thrilling experience.