Manuel’s review published on Letterboxd:
This really grows on you the more you think about it. On a surface level it‘s a decent horror film, but not great by any means. It contains maybe a little bit too much humor for my taste (something Peele is usually brilliant at, but not in scenes that don’t need it) and get‘s really over the top sometimes. If you engage yourself into the ideas and the concept however, it has so many things going for it.
Loved the beginning, didn‘t care so much about the home invasion part, really liked the ending. Overall it‘s not as cohesive in his ideas as Get out was, but I‘m starting to think that that‘s a good thing. I loved to talk about it afterwards - there‘s just so much you can make off it. Peele is becoming one of the most interesting horror directors out there, and I couln‘t be happier for him because I love this dude. CONSEQUENCES