Tommie Haag’s review published on Letterboxd :
Wow! Short, but powerful. Attention is needed when watching it. I don't know why Pearry Teo uses the tattoo theme so much in conjunction with the supernatural, but this is a case where it works. The monster design is great, and the interworking between the three storylines / characters adds a dimension that the film prospers from.
The original idea is perhaps a bit flawed, but hey - when you get cinematography that makes you feel like you're in Silent Hill again with a really great designed monster that looks like a spawn from the nightmares of H.R Giger and Hieronymous Bosch then you're in for something special.
Give it a shot. You'll love it.