Tori’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is precisely why getting more diverse voices in horror, or really any other media, is so important. While the base elements this explores are familiar, the depth and uniqueness that gets added to it purely through coming from an entire cast and crew of Jewish people infusing it with their experiences and trauma makes it something wholly unlike anything else. It's a beautiful, heartwrenching look at the generational damage done by antisemitism, while also being incredibly effective in being extremely unnerving and creepy as well. It's so excellent.
tw/cw: body horror/blood