James Betsalel’s review published on Letterboxd:
A short review because im trying to pull an all-night 6 movie marathon with some friends over discord.
This had been on my watchlist forever and I'm glad I finally got to it. Impressed with how committed it is to the real life documentary shtick. The first hour has legitamently impressive skin crallimg creep factor. However a twist about half way into it released all the tension for me. It slowly ramps back up to another good scare at the end but it was a kinda to little to late. Still I liked it and will support any slow moving creepy horror film that's not reliant on jump scares and this overplayed face.