payton’s review published on Letterboxd:
I was super excited to watch this, but I feel like it was lacking something for me. Nothing really wowed me and it could be a bit predictable at times, but I enjoyed the concept overall. I enjoyed the way the ending was written and how it played out.
I liked the cinematography, in particular how the scenes of distortion were shot and edited. The colors were also quite nice and high contrast was used to create ominous silhouettes that so enjoyed quite a bit.
I would recommend this if you like the body horror genre, but I feel like Raw (2016) is a better film in recent years.