colin...’s review published on Letterboxd:
Bro, I think that I missed something. I'm completely and utterly confused. To me, this is one of the best mainstream horror releases that I've seen in a while. The editing is really good, there is not a single bad shot in this, the comedy is very well placed and executed and I never once got sick of the storytelling, no matter how many twists and turns that it went through. Plus, the ability to balance being a supernatural and psychological horror is something that I have to give major kudos. The music is kind of droning and aside from the main performance and there isn't anything outstanding, but I loved more things than not about this.
Maybe I'm softening up, but I thought it was pretty fucking solid. Look forward to the credibility I'm about to lose.