Lisa Fremont’s review published on Letterboxd:
Starting the New Year off on a good note. Wes Craven's horror masterpiece isn't just a fun genre spoof, but a brilliant deconstruction of itself that's bound to be appreciated more with every rewatch. Way more progressive than it's given credit for, too. And I cannot stress how brilliant it was to have Drew Barrymore—and to a slightly lesser extent, Neve Campbell—give genuine dramatic performances, seemingly unaware that they're stuck inside such a smirky movie. One of the greatest slashers ever made.