Andrew Vessel’s review published on Letterboxd:
Still a pretty decent horror outing all around, albeit one that isn’t perfect. It’s surely entertaining and has a worthy cast of young actors in front of the camera, but the overall execution could have been a bit better. Plus, with rewatching it again, I found the relationship between Sawa and Larter’s characters to feel kind of forced by the end as it really didn’t have any foundation or real emotional impact that would warrant it. Yet, the franchise is known for outrageously ridiculous, yet devilishly fun death sequences. And the original still holds up in doing just that.