Liam’s review published on Letterboxd:
I was excited to see this and it still blew my expectations out of the water. Hilarious, tense, and ridiculously fun. The script is whip smart and keeps you guessing, weaving in plenty of sharp Gen Z satire; genuine human connection is viewed with apathy, accusations and buzzwords are thrown with reckless abandon, and lot is said without anything really being said at all.
Reijn’s direction impressively builds tension through punctuated humor and solid scares. She uses space very effectively, making the characters’ cavernous mansion playground seem like the embodiment of wealth’s emptiness. This was a great time; tightly constructed, incredibly funny, and uncomfortably timely.