Bryan Ray’s review published on Letterboxd:
It’s generic, contains unintentionally laughable moments, & is pretty predictable...until the third act where it actually gets GOOD? The creature design and practical FX are great, the score is solid, the performances are good, and the film ends on a refreshingly heartfelt note. Gotta give it props. It’s not anything special and the tropes are there, but it’s still worth a watch!