shieldagent’s review published on Letterboxd:
"A captain should not be afraid. And I confess, now, to whoever may hear this, that today, now, I am experiencing fear."
It's cool to see so many classic horror ideas, even some that have now come to be considered tropes of the genre, collected in one film that dates as far back as this. I don't love it, but it definitely has its merits throughout, and there's no denying the obvious influence it's had on several now-classics.