matias’s review published on Letterboxd:
I think that this movie would be perfect for the people that like to think about the after-life, etc.
In the first part of the movie there's a looot of scenes where they're doing nothing for at least 5 minutes (that kissing scene was super awkard) but then it doesn't happen anymore after he wakes up, I guess that it was to not play the cliché in horror movies where you expect the jumpscare. I feel like I need to watch this a few times so I don't miss those little things.
I agree that the director speech was a little out of place but I guess that it goes with the theme of the movie (?) but I really liked the movie overall.
PD: that kesha cameo??