While there's certainly an influence from Picnic at Hanging Rock, and maybe a little bit of The Vanishing, this is it's own kind of sensual droning horror, that sometimes exceeds the bounds of what its budget can do, but delivers on a dreadful tone and strong performances, and a narrative that was consistently surprising. Ambiguous, deliberate and measured, and I thought legitimately unnerving at times.
There are crash zooms (replete with a woosh sound) that's used an awful lot here, that, for whatever reason, I associate with being used comedically - Arrested Development, maybe? - so I found that a bit incongruous with the otherwise-serious tone and generally distracting. That might just be a product of my own media environment, but it ended up feeling cheap and overused, as a stylistic choice, especially given how comfortable the rest of the film was with capturing dread through quiet static shots. Regardless, it's a solid film, and that's a fairly minor quibble.