Harrison Tucker’s review published on Letterboxd:
James wans camera is always his best asset when unleashed. So sprartic. Pure chaos when let loose
Just enough tongue and cheek and cheese to allow the viewer to relax and enjoy but still on the nose so it’s still a pure horror flick.
Had so much fun just figuring out what the plot was along the way. Horror usually doesn’t care about that as much, and what a crazy, hilarious, and maddening monster.
I want more of horror like this please. Had such a fun time.