Alan_Dorich’s review published on Letterboxd:
The best and most accomplished of Troy Escamilla's three 80s slasher homages. Like the other two, this looks like it was made for peanuts, but he's certainly become more ambitious as a director, featuring a gay protagonist and drenching every kill in Argento-inspired colors. Even though it's focused on the adults this time around, it's also the most cheerfully vulgar. Make sure you stick through the end credits, as well.