Chantel Billy’s review published on Letterboxd:
After meeting while on holidays, a Danish family accept an invitation to spend a weekend away with the family they have befriended. From here, we the audience experience a film that tests and stretches ones tolerance for uncomfortable social situations. The elements of horror in this film are simple yet so effective whilst crafting suspense in a way that will have you on the edge of your seat. Despite it’s lingering suspense, this is a slower (very slow) burn with moments of dullness that begin to border frustration at times. However, regardless of it’s flaws, Speak No Evil is a movie i’d recommend to any horror lover that is willing to watch something a little out of their comfort zone.