Michael King’s review published on Letterboxd :
The casting is pretty terrible here. For a horror movie, it's really not that scary, and I place most of that blame on poor casting. However, I really appreciated this script. Not so much for the character development, as I never found myself rooting or caring for anyone, but it establishes the rules of this universe early and follows those rules throughout. That's more than most horror films can say for themselves, and it creates for entertaining situations that keep the viewer guessing. Bonus points for not relying on cheap jump scares, even if it made for a less terrifying film.