Mia Fellows’s review published on Letterboxd:
I honestly don’t think that this deserved all of the bad ratings it received. Sure, some of the acting was poor and the cliches and dramatisation of certain scenes were often very cheesy, but I think that this served to add to the overall charm of the film.
The clever nature to the challenges each victims went through was so interesting to try and puzzle out, and the film remained chilling and relatively unpredictable throughout. I liked it!