laird’s review published on Letterboxd:
Approaches being great, but insists on having a domestic abuse backstory that you could literally edit completely out of the movie without losing a thing (but you gotta have overcoming trauma as a secondary character conflict/motivator these days for some reason? It's not enough to be trapped in a deadly haunt!?). I like that it (minor spoiler I guess) never really explains what's going on with the antagonist, so I wish it showed that restraint and economy with the protagonist too. But it was a fun watch that used sudden loud sound effects the way carnival dark rides use air horns and flashing lights. Cheap thrills!