Emo Philips’s review published on Letterboxd:
While not as scary as the first time I saw it, I loved catching new moments that I didn't recall before. The movie does a great job of adding false clues for the identity of the killer, and the soundtrack is surprisingly un-dated. This was made back when the budgets were smaller and the cast young and inexperienced, and that certainly shows, but it has a magic to it that set the stage for so many movies after it that I gotta give it 5 stars. Besides the "WHAT are YOU doing with A CELLULAR TELEPHONE?", the fears of the new generation of teens and their "commit war crimes for the LOLs" feels just as in-touch today as it did then. Could watch this every year and not get tired of it.