Barrett steps into the role of director resulting in a vaguely entertaining, if slightly lifeless supernatural slasher.
Though completed before the events of 2020, Matt Patterson’s psychological horror film captures life in isolation in minute detail.
Sloppy execution, stilted performances, and an incoherent story keep this feminist fairy tale from ever taking flight.
Too often, it’s hard to know whether Wan and co. are kidding or not.
An intelligent and sometimes deeply disturbing study of how trauma echoes down past the initial tragedy, with a creepy creature adding extra shudders.