Fidhia Kemala’s review published on Letterboxd:
It brings a concrete portrayal of a refugee story under the roof of the haunted-house theme. There are redundant jump-scare horror tropes provided to strengthen the theme, but for the first time, those things seem make sense to me. It's been a popular assumption that the most frightening horror is the one that sets close to the reality where traumatic past and present suffering to fit in exist simultaneously. On that thrills, the haunted-house theme is an accurate approach to carry all the fears and despairs to genuinely recount a heart-rending story.