Ben Hibburd’s review published on Letterboxd:
Okay, series three of LD&R has leaned in super heavy with its use of Lovecraftian themes and this is essentially the big payoff. I didn't really care for the generic soldiers or the bare bones story, but I loved the vibe of this short. The atmosphere was creepy and its ominous tone kept me off kilter until the reveal of the beast. It looked fantastic and the bleak ending was pretty slick. Overall, there's an over-emphasis on generic soldiers with LD&R but I'll forgive this entry. The last five minutes were awesome!