fletch’s review published on Letterboxd:
this film started and all i could think about is why have they named this movie run when the poor girl can’t even walk.
sarah paulson is amazing (as always) and she pretty much solidifies herself as a top tier actress throughout.
the storyline it’s self was pretty gripping and despite at times being predictable i didn’t find myself losing focus at all - which is really uncommon for me because girl, i do be daydreaming.
the production overall felt very classic horroresque, not necessarily scary but has you creeped out and invested enough to keep watching, which i think is what most horror films these days are lacking.