𝑤𝑎𝑑𝑒 🍂’s review published on Letterboxd:
i͟’͟m͟ ͟a͟l͟w͟a͟y͟s͟ ͟g͟o͟i͟n͟g͟ ͟t͟o͟ ͟b͟e͟ ͟w͟i͟t͟h͟ ͟y͟o͟u͟
the atmosphere is probably the best asset of the whole film. it drones, leaks, stains and hums like it lives inside of a rusty drain but the overall theme gives it a creepy presence. it’s too slow for my liking but gets credit for building the story that way. not much happens which is what the film goes for and for the most part succeeding. it’s not the best j-horror i’ve seen but it definitely leaves its mark. the ending is very creepy and once you look back at the whole experience it becomes chilling. which saves the presentation for me instead of being a complete bore.