Brent Vanhomwegen’s review published on Letterboxd:
A really surprising horror movie from the director of the upcoming movie, The Nun.
As most of my unseen movies this one's been on my list for quiet some time. And I really enjoyed it a lot. It combined the horror of the supernatural with the horror of a family falling apart.
The acting was great. The cast wasn't huge, it's actually carried by the two leads. The story was interesting, with some local folklore mixed into it. I like horror movies based on certain legends.
Where it fell a bit apart was the third act. It threw all the suspense away and went fully over the top. I enjoyed it nonetheless, but it felt like an entire different movie.
I still recommend it to every horror fan out there...