Andy Summers’s review published on Letterboxd:
I've said this before, I'm not great with horror movies. Perfect example is watching Halloween on a bright Sunday afternoon and not a pitch black Saturday night.
This movie has shit me up since I first saw it in the early eighties. You see it's just like "The Omen", it's not that scary, but that bloody music just cranks up the atmosphere, and before you know it your cacking your pants. I think it still looks like a B-movie, and no matter how good your tv and screen is, it looks and sounds a little ropey. However, our Michael still scares me even today. Even with all those other shockers around, this still has it's moments.