Helen_S’s review published on Letterboxd:
I deliberately didn't read anything about this going in. All I knew was it was another horror by the director of Get Out. I thought Get Out was a solid film debut with interesting ideas, good acting and suspense. A film that I thought coulda done with a bit of tweaking here and there but one that got me excited for future Jordan Peele films. I came out of this one with pretty much the same thoughts. A bit of a slow start but once it got to the break in it was quite gripping. The voice of the other Mum was so unnerving and the other teenage girl following her around that car, eek! I suspected the ending part way through but then dismissed it as I got into all of the ruthless violence. It will definitely be interesting watching a second time with that in mind. One thing his films do is really make you think afterwards. Another great score also.