Andrew Etzweiler’s review published on Letterboxd:
Noe captured the feeling of a nightmare perfectly in this film, as disturbing as it is. This is definitely not for the faint of heart, but is probably his most tame film. This film is so odd but mesmerizing, it accomplished the feeling of real time that most filmmakers don't try to do today. From the first to the last second I was engaged, I felt apart of that world. Noe accomplishes this through his floating camera movement and uses of wide angle lenses throughout the film! This was a great film!