Luke MacGowan’s review published on Letterboxd:
So, I finally watched it.
And truthfully, this was a really fun movie. It wasn't really "scary" per say, but god was it fucking interesting. I loved watching it. It was legitimately fun. Yeah, some of the editing and sequences were out of place, almost products of the time this movie was made. And yes, some of the acting is over the top and uninteresting. But as a whole, this movie's concept and execution were on point. The plot had me intrigued from beginning to end. The smallest of details were painfully obvious from the opening sequence to the end.
While I would not consider this something of high merit. It shows how someone can make a compelling story with a limited budget. The possibilities from this movie seem endless, and I am excited to watch more from this series of movies.