Ryan McSwain’s review published on Letterboxd:
The Hooptober Sanatorium
5/7 2nd films of franchises
Like in Cube, strangers try to escape an endless series of identical rooms. But instead of deadly puzzles, they're faced with deadly changes in time and space.
A fun assortment of characters, temperaments, and motivations. I preferred the idea of puzzles to random Star Trek scares, but they take the concepts here to satisfying extremes.
Not as striking as the first film, but worth a watch for fans of surreal sci-fi horror like Coherence.