Ryan Chisholm’s review published on Letterboxd:
A real gruesome 85 minutes, that despite it being so horrible, the film grips you into seeing how things will unfold for the victim. Things get more and more disturbing until you think you've reached the limit, but nothing prepared me for Christmas Day.
It's hard to say this is a good film because if you "enjoy" this movie, it might be worth getting therapy or something... But to appreciate the craft is another thing, the acting in this is so believable, I don't even know how these actors got into the mindset for these roles but the performance levels are so impressive from the whole "family".