Hunter Morris’s review published on Letterboxd:
Bodies Bodies Bodies is a damn good time. The film doesn’t let you in on its secrets surrounding the slasher story at its center until the very end, and keeps you guessing throughout.
The cast perfectly capture the paranoia that many millennials feel about “being accepted in the friend group” or “portraying the best version of yourself”. Lee Pace is a hilarious addition as an older man who’s been brought into the group for a weekend.
What I appreciated most about Bodies Bodies Bodies, however, and a testament to its cinematography, is how much use of darkness there is. Most of the movie is lit entirely by cellphone flashlights and headlamps. It’s a brand new way to shoot a horror film that screams it was made by this generation, for this generation.