SilentDawn’s review published on Letterboxd:
"The only time black folks are safe, is when white folks is disarmed. And this letter, had the desired effect of disarming white folks."
A grim testimony to splatter horror, chamber drama, and the brisk winter chill of a nasty snowstorm. Filled to the brim with some of my very favorite shots and sequences to ever exist in a movie: those split diopters slicing the space like warm flesh, the 65mm hue of blue, a flashback tuned to the boiling rage of a racist, a surprise from under the cellar-door. No one else could've made this movie. Not sure you'd want them to.