Abdalla Yehia’s review published on Letterboxd:
"Let's face it baby, these days you gotta have a sequel"
Well i didn't expect this to drag me in but i really enjoyed this.
All these horror mixed references was much convenient resonance for the spread of horror movies in the psyches of teenagers and the whole environment may be to the limit of a curse that probably surpass its place as pure entertainment.
Also dealing with this as a mystery suspense case make it a success as the script weaved around leaving suspicion in the neighborhood.
The start and the end was like a homage for the genre lovers, they hit badly.