James Villat’s review published on Letterboxd:
We watched this movie around 3 or 4 AM, drunk out of our minds the week that it came out. I still had the bad taste of Unfriended in my mouth but with its runtime and our growing tiredness we couldn't go wrong.
If I could summarize this movie as a meme, it'd be:
Unfriended: Who are you?
Host: I'm you but stronger.
There is no scarcity for the "digital-space horror" trope in past history and streaming catalogues. From great films like Searching, to one of the Paranormal Activities(?), and the abysmal Unfriended, it's an established hit-or-miss.
Host hits it out of the park, even from a drunken state. While it continues to use some horror clichés, a slightly more creative cyber-paranormal terror combined with the new relevancy of the video-confencering software Zoom, in a tight package of 56 minutes is fun horror.
With Zoom, there are enough new features/scenes that will make audiences', especially students', skin crawl, from:
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opening the zoom app again won't be that easy, and that's great horror.