Sarah’s review published on Letterboxd:
My favorite kind of horror movies are ones that emotionally fuck you up and this definitely does that. At its core it's a film about relationships which I really enjoy. The cinematography is gorgeous and the cast does a pretty good job, though I did feel like Will Poulter's character had a little too much comic relief. Florence Pugh and her emotion is phenomenal and I absolutely love the scene with her and the other women in the cabin. Felt that on a very deep level. The movie is definitely fucked up and the pacing was a little too slow in the beginning but I really did love it.