Sarah Welch-Larson’s review published on Letterboxd:
Watching this movie for the first time sitting next to my husband, who is named Josh, was very unsettling.
This felt like every urban legend, creepypasta, and nosleep Reddit thread distilled down into bare bones. I'm not sure it could have been made anywhere else. It's so ordinary and its characters are so self-important and insecure. It's an American ghost story brought to life, scuffed up and then abandoned like so much trash in the woods. I'm never going camping again.