Paul Hibbard’s review published on Letterboxd:
Since this is in 3D, 75% of this movie is characters handing each other or pointing directly into the camera. The movie works best if you imagine 80s kids sitting in movie theaters with huge hair and too much lipstick and smacking on gum screaming every time some inanimate object lunges at the frame.
My favorite part is when a girl lies down on a hammock and starts reading Fangoria magazine, because that's what beautiful young women in 1982 did, they read nerdy horror mags. Then blood starts dripping down on the magazine, from her dead boyfriend, and she says out loud, "where is this coming from??" Not "what is this?" or "is this blood?" She just didn't seem to understand the concept that what's dripping down is coming from up.