Robert Burson’s review published on Letterboxd:
I guess I expected more "art house" and less "standard horror movie." My bad. Aesthetically very well done, but the story is a thin one, cliche af, and pretty damned messy. Felt reverse engineered, as if the rad cool shots were conceived first, and then the story made to fit those images as an after thought. I've weighted my star rating slightly higher than my actual feelings about the film; I've calculated in that I'm not really a "horror" guy to begin with.