Don't have kids.
Warning: so many flashing lights.
It's violent, but not body horror in the 'bodies aren't supposed to do that' 'they got Cronenberg-ed' sense.
I was a little unsure about Christopher Abbot, but he did a great job. I wanted more Andrea Riseborough, but she gave a great performance.
I thought it all came together pretty nicely at the end.
I'll watch anything that claims to be Lovecraftian, no matter how many times I get burned, and I got burned. The audio was weird, like it was dubbed, but the main actor is almost exclusively a voice actor, so maybe it was? Ironically, his best acting was when he didn't have lines. Of course, some dialogue is so awkward that the actor can only do so much. Meanwhile, the actor who played Nate used his entire face to act every…