Adam Graff’s review published on Letterboxd:
A violent movie that depicts religion as nothing, but pure evil. It's not subtle to its detriment because religion has always been most evil, especially in this country, for being insidious, not so outright evil. Most of the characters are either just evil or easily manipulatable, otherwise we don't get to know anything else about them so they were all pretty boring to me. We can't see ourselves in any of these characters. All the plot points seemed to me to be carelessly and pointlessly extreme too and the movie didn't have anything to say beyond the broad stokes of how violent the United States is and has been and how a lot of people are thinly veiled Christians without actually acting like it. The actors who are going for it did pique my interest, but since they are characterized so blandly otherwise, their efforts were fruitless.