Ross Maclean’s review published on Letterboxd:
Pleasingly, the Raimi touches are frequent and noticeable: the canted camera angles, the tinge of slapstick, gruesome imagery. It’s admirable that it’s committed to both the horror vibe and to the villain. I just wish the off-the-wall promise of the title was lived up to in more than just brief flashes. But some of the fanwank stuff was just stiflingly banal when —presented with infinite possibilities— they essentially went for some people sat in a room.