Tom Boyd-Hall’s review published on Letterboxd:
Ummmm I don’t really know about this one. Feels like Wright had a million ideas and only knew how to carry out a few of them but still tried to use all his ideas. Some individual scenes were great, heck some scenes were some of the best of the year, but they didn’t connect together to form a coherent and emotionally compelling narrative - particularly noticeable in the second act. I hope Wright does continue in this new direction of horror films because this film had the aesthetic and directional potential to be something great, but it didn’t quite hit the mark for me.