Dan Scully’s review published on Letterboxd:
Takes a minute to get warmed up, but ultimately earns that build up. This aggro rural horror flick goes nowhere you haven’t seen, but goes there harder than you’ve ever seen. Any movie that is this dismissive of an audience’s comfort level ultimately gains my respect, and any movie that can be this lurid and gross without necessarily being graphic always manages to impress me.
One of the best and most unique scores maybe ever.
Full review at MovieJawn.