Melody’s review published on Letterboxd :
There's no reason for any of these to be much more than 90 minutes long and this exceeds that by 20 minutes which is its first big no no. It's also where the series start to get too convoluted for its own good. But it's also the one with the ending that has stuck with me most… each time I've watched the first two I'm waiting for that ending. That doesn't sound good, like if the ending is that great I should remember what movie it comes from, I know, but, that's the thing… this ending is so disturbing because of how unassuming and unremarkable and unmemorable the victim is… it's genuinely, disturbingly real.