Spencer Kain’s review published on Letterboxd :
Basically the love child of Black Swan” and “A Simple Favor” yet not quite as refined as it’s disturbed parents. It’s a totally bonkers movie but unfortunately loses some of its steam in the second half. Don’t get me wrong the second half is just as bizarre as the first but it gets a little too ridiculous. The first half is wholly promising though but I wish that momentum would have sustained until the end. It completely hooked me in that first half with some wild tesistansn turns and while those twists continue coming in the latter half, they don’t work as well as they did in the first. I guess that first big twist pretty early on but it was executed well enough to still keep my attention even though I knew what was going to happen. Both Allison Williams and Logan Browning are great, though and even better when they’re playing off of each other. That last shot is awesome, too.