Todd Russell’s review published on Letterboxd:
A lobster-shaped spaceship, naked women with satanic crosses covering their genitals. A ghost presence escapes from a ship and must be tracked down. Way, way, way out psychedelic 80s-style videos and a killer synth soundtrack, this is something more to be experienced than simply watched.
Shudder original released on 5/21/2020, so if you're a subscriber, check it out. Only 50 minutes and cut into three parts. Did I completely understand it, despite watching it twice? No. Is it an amazing movie? Not really, but visually it's stunning. It gets three stars for the effects, sound and visual effects alone. But as a story? Difficult to comprehend, so it's barely three stars.