LukeRoca’s review published on Letterboxd:
I really had a rocky, enjoyable ride with this one. Watching it without expecting anything beforehand, I thought that it was going to be like The Wailing (judging by its title). Though the story wasn’t as grand, the structure of the film hooked me, which it kinda reminded me of Pulp Fiction. It had (I think) four separate storylines throughout, that’s why it felt rocky to me. However, the way that the film tied all of the separate characters into one in the end really did a solid payoff for me. It was banger.
Also, the intensity of the acting resonated until the end, especially Tom’s. Tom really surprised me in this. Him acting violent was scary. I never even heard him slipping away from his accent. I want more of edgy Tom Holland roles!
Rob did an amazing job being creepy as well. I wouldn’t be surprised if he’d take a role of a crack fiend and would still look impressive.
It was worth the watch. So don’t act like a coom and go cancelling Netflix without watching this one.