Katie Walsh’s review published on Letterboxd:
"It’s nice to see Raimi playing in the genre movie space again, bringing horror flourishes to the MCU, but make no mistake, this is the Marvel House Style, to be sure. Which is fine, it’s always a serviceable, if rather uninspiring, backdrop to the superstars as superheroes, quippy dialogue and cameos galore. But even with the Raimi touch, the whole endeavor just feels so basic. Aside from one quick, hallucinatory 'verse-trip, the locations are a street corner in New York, and a street corner in New York with flowers. There’s a mountaintop with a temple and a mountaintop with a shrine. This isn’t a multiverse of madness, but of mundanity."