Jeremy Milks’s review published on Letterboxd :
A fairly rare Canadian "siege" film which feels like Assault On Precinct 13 meets Home Alone. It also builds a subtle slasher vibe as the film progresses. It starts out strong with some nasty violence, sags a little for the next 20 as the situation is established but then moves quickly after that. Maybe for Canadian cult completists only, but I'd recommend a watch. My copy was a very dark VHS rip.