JuanCostrada’s review published on Letterboxd:
Shrew’s Nest is a claustrophobic horror featuring a historic setting and a woman suffering agoraphobia.
There is an extensive amount of religious symbolism and the film never seems particularly clever. This is best scene by the appalling credits that mix high art and low art simultaneously. The most interesting aspect is how empathy exist when one twist is revealed, but that is only a fleeting emotion.
|King Costanza|: Bushy eyebrows.