Mathieu Nolet’s review published on Letterboxd:
I don’t know what I’m supposed to feel... not in an existential kind of way but in an indifferent kind of way.
I know there’s a lot to appreciate but I was just bored by the painful running time and the lack of colours and just badshit insanity from the original. I know those were purposeful creative decisions and I respect it for being different than the original. It’s just not for me. It expanded on themes and concepts from the original in an interesting way but I just didn’t care about anything which hurts to say because everything I felt was lacking in the original were fixed brilliantly in this but that’s about it. Most the things I loved from the original (and just films in general for the most part) were nowhere to be seen in this.
Don’t get me wrong though, this remake is not a shameless cash grab. It was obviously made with love and passion.