zeno 🛸’s review published on Letterboxd:
A dot matrix printer shrieks like a digital siren call from a 21st century techno-crypt. Alice stumbles through this blasted land until she's swept up in the action, which suddenly becomes unceasingly frantic, the cuts slamming and rapid fire, the image a mainline of searing, rupturing CGI FX, blood splatter, fire, wreckage. While it cannot muster the grandiose elegance of a thing like Mad Max: Fury Road, it channels its scrappier energy to the utmost effect. It explodes with incredible vengeance. The most utterly scorched assault on late capitalism of all these weird abominations, it's... awesome.