Benjamin Nason’s review published on Letterboxd:
Low-fi affair with a plot and run-time that come off like the third act of something bigger. A woman shows up at an isolated home for a weekend with her friends but things aren't what they seem. Everything goes to hell for forty minutes with a lot of loosely threaded ideas thrown in between, making this a little more interesting to watch than something standard. Stilted acting, bad camera direction, a smattering of cheap gore and a droning, metronomed synth score. In other words, a good time.