Sean’s review published on Letterboxd:
Following the story closely results in a brilliant treat at the end. Clues exist in the narrative from the start, but you’re so engaged with the girls’ behavior you don’t recognize what has happened until Willow does in the film’s final seconds. It’s a cool twist I didn’t see coming from a solidly thought-out story. I also found a lot of wonderfully written dialogue in the script by Fast and cowriter Emmett Roiko, though it may not always be delivered to its best potential. Lines are often read instead of felt, which may be the film’s most daunting obstacle. I’d encourage viewers to remember Honeycomb was put together on a shoestring budget, and the actors and actresses are still learning.