Brandon Bzduch’s review published on Letterboxd:
One of my most anticipated films of the year so far, and it delivered some of what I was hoping to see, but falls flat in a lot of other areas. The lead is fantastic and sympathetic, and the Jewish horror angle gave this a unique vibe, but good lord, the jump scares in this are some of the laziest, most uninteresting put to the screen in a long time. This film excels in its atmosphere, then throws away any tension with an effortless, dull jump scare.
I usually shit my pants at jumpscares, and this entire movie failed at every single one of them.
I wanted to be like OH HELL YEAH SPOOKY JEW HORROR 5/5. But I really can’t, and I’m sad sad.