Sean O’Hare’s review published on Letterboxd:
I somewhat had fun, but this really is hinging on whether James Wan is intentionally trying to make me laugh. Like there are some scenes that are just so flat out ridiculous that he has to be in on it, right? The score is overwhelmingly obnoxious, the acting is so bad at times, and the camerawork is a headache. However, James Wan is obviously having fun with this and it goes full Insidious about halfway through, which is pretty fuckin hilarious. That plot twist was so obvious from the start with the way they foreshadowed it but it actually ended up being absolutely more batshit than I imagined and that was great. Idk, it was fun!