Eli T.’s review published on Letterboxd:
This new wave of Millennial Slasher Movies makes me appreciate 90s Slasher Movies more.
It wasn’t great, but it kept things going enough to hold my interest, up until the third act, where things hit a downward spiral.
All the individual performances were solid to pretty good. I would say my favorite was Lee Pace’s, even though he didn’t have a lot to do, what he does is enough to make me like his character.
Rich Vreeland did a nice job with the score, quite a melodic techno sounding score at that.
The script was so-so, a lot of it felt to be written as though it was based on a Twitter feud, there was just a lot of heavy hitting, one could say even awkward drama.
All in all, I would recommend it, but in totality, it’s a movie that gives off Straight-to-Netflix vibes.
*My a24 Rankings: boxd.it/bUjHU