Sally Jane Black’s review published on Letterboxd:
The only thing that really feels off is the performance of Link when he's part of the album; he's a little too aww shucks corny to maintain the atmosphere at that moment. It's over-acted and should be comic relief, but the jokes don't land in part because they're not that great (sorry) and partly because they're jarringly antithetical to the forlorn and spooky tone in that particular part. Either they needed to play it more seriously (I almost said "straighter", but I feel bad saying anything should be straight) or make the jokes fit the mood somehow (good luck).
Other than that, it's a solid little piece of found footage folk horror that does not take itself too seriously and even has a good, creepy atmosphere even as they include a few good visual jokes at other times. (Thereby avoiding at least one of the pitfalls that usually makes me not like found footage.) It's not a perfect blend of horror and comedy, but for a short film done on cellphones for a comedy duo on YouTube, it's pretty good. You could build a longer film out of this with a deeper story and a better grasp on the horror.