J.V. Jowett’s review published on Letterboxd:
Now this is pop filmmaking. Wright effortlessly mixes broad sentimentality with a unique premise, building upon his work in Baby Driver but bringing a more authentic touch to the material. A good old fashioned ghost story that has enough twists on the what is expected to keep you engaged. It's kaleidoscope vision of London really catches me in the right way, seemingly both era and thematically appropriate. To the point and with nary a wasted scene this proves Wright has more tricks up his sleeves sans Pegg and Frost.