Gramercy Riff’s review published on Letterboxd:
They could have called it Attack of the Creepy Hand. There's a lot of that going on in this somewhat shoddy shocker. If it was as good as the poster, this would have been a total cult classic. It apparently isn't, which could have something to do with the wonky writing, directing and editing. It makes the movie hard to love at times. The lack of suspense and atmosphere, despite a certain Italian touch, doesn't help much either, but it does have something that keeps it going. This mistress witch murders in the most gruesome ways. And when you think you've figured out who's going to survive this mess, think again. Nobody is safe. Not particularly good, but there's stuff well worth watching in Superstition. The saw blade thing for example. Holy shit.