Schlopsi’s review published on Letterboxd:
Congrats on making the main character as obnoxious as possible. Thus it becomes completely impossible to feel empathy towards her, which ultimately breaks the series' neck. I did enjoy the eerie atmosphere, as well as the characters and the mystery building up until episodes 5 & 6, after which the writing became so brazenly dull and incoherent, it took out all its pent up steam.
Fingers crossed this limited series won't get dragged out into a second season, as the ending felt just super random and unrewarding.
PS: Please stop using more than one song per episode to highlight the importance of events in a montage, as it gets super annoying after doing it for a second or even a third time...