Ian West’s review published on Letterboxd:
Kind of felt similar to the way Italian genre pictures mash together all the beats their supposed to hit in their folksy cocktail of crazy ‘quiet place in the country’ recipe. That’s not a insult either, I love that style of filmmaking and I totally get it—if I was making a daylight dread ‘Swedish Inferno’ jam I also would want to have someone sewn into a husked out bear.
Also, not gonna lie... I love that a movie like this is playing at like every mall multiplex around the country.