samirakhtar’s review published on Letterboxd:
Such a good debut, that doesn't lose any of it's shock value on rewatch. Superb performances and masterful direction. The minimal score really ramps up the tension. This time it was great spotting all the clues leading up to the finale, which some people have a problem with, but I still really liked it, although I maybe could have done without Toni Collette floating up to the tree house. So much detail throughout that it's hard to believe it is a debut feature!