ron’s review published on Letterboxd:
Evil...is whatever hurts you the most.
First off, absolutely gorgeous poster. It’s the main reason I added the film to my watchlist list several weeks ago. That and I’m a fan of low budget horror, and I’m alway interested to see what the director and his cast/crew can pull off. Here I felt, while this had a great setup and some moments that unnerved me, (with an assist from the score and the cinematography) it was all together too long for what it was trying to do. About halfway through I found myself just wanting the film to get to the point, for something more to happen, and it never did.