Jason Coffman’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'm not going to leave a rating for this, and I seriously thought about not even logging it because a huge chunk of the run time is so dark it is literally impossible to decipher what is on the screen. And to be totally clear, I'm not exaggerating for comic effect. Maybe the only way to see it is in a completely dark room with absolutely no other sources of light? It's got a cool central concept, some effectively creepy/weird tracks in the score, and of course congrats to these folks for finishing a movie, which requires an enormous amount of time and effort and is quite an accomplishment under any circumstances. But it would obviously be preferable that the audience could actually see anything happening in the movie. I don't feel like that's asking too much as a viewer.