My God's kitten’s review published on Letterboxd:
Horror anthologies don't hold a lot of replay value for me because they are usually such a mixed bag. This is not the exception to that rule.
The second story is definitely the weakest here. I've seen car vs truck road rage played out in better ways at least a few times. The first story at least has a kind of Lovecraftian otherness to it. It didn't make a whole lot of sense overall but it had a nice atmosphere. The third story is the clear winner. I started this thinking how neat it would be to have a robot cooking and cleaning for me and by the end I was so creeped out that I reconsidered the whole idea entirely. That has to be the scariest looking robot I've seen yet in a film. I hope I don't see that in my nightmares.