Joey Lubanski’s review published on Letterboxd:
Where did she get this Clam kindle and where can I buy 12 of them?
I want to like this movie, I do. I went in trying to give a solid second chance. I still find the meaning of the film to be outrun by the runtime. By the midway point I feel like the idea has been explored to fruition, and from there it almost feels like a chore to watch the rest.
The pool scene was so poorly done it was painful to watch.
The score was outstanding though, and deserves a repeat listen.
Also there was some legitimately scary scenes that stick with you. Not because of gore or other typical horror tropes, but just because they are downright creepy.