Alec Greer’s review published on Letterboxd:
"This is precisely the moment where the mutation or beast will attempt to kill an unlikable side character. But, in stories where there has been no prior cursing, nudity, violence, killing or death, such as in a family film, the unlikable character will narrowly escape his encounter, and be referenced later again in the story, having learned valuable lessons. He may even be given a humorous moment to allow the audience to feel good about him. This is where I turn to run. You will leap for me, I will shut the door, and you will land a fraction of a second too late."