Jak-Luke Sharp’s review published on Letterboxd:
Warner Bros. Cinema
"Forgive me, Father, for I am about to sin"
An immersive and spooky horror story that works on both being its own entity and being part of a multiverse with unfortunately the latter being its downfall. The origin of the story itself is both gratifying and executed really well, the period setting a standout, creating an eerie atmosphere. Yet, the story beats and structure are nothing new nor anything you've not seen before and does very little to excite, aside from the scares which are fantastic if not basic. The connective tissue between this and its universe is the weakest aspect, purely because it feels both forced and stretched, ultimately making everything you've seen character-wise a little redundant but the fan service will suffice.
SIDE NOTE: Stay throughout the credits!