A very well-paced, compelling, indie horror that boasts a score reminiscent of Ross & Reznor's collaborations with Fincher, with sprinkles of Carpenter here and there.
Made on a guerrilla budget during unprecedented times, I adore this film as an achievement. You don't need Hollywood gloss to suck your viewers in. I'm curious about the podcast video calls. Are they improvised or scripted? Either way, it makes me want to tune in for at least a full episode.
Wait till the credits roll for a bloody cherry on top. Quite the calling card for the horror genre. Looking forward to the team's next flick. Gimme a show all about Michael. 😉