Caden Brooks’s review published on Letterboxd:
Shockingly gory, ethereal sound design, and neat concept, but the film attempts to make us connect with a character it spends not even half the runtime with. It plays the “has-a-family-but-that’s-about-it” card, which is on par with some of the worst Nolan characters. Still, I don’t think there was a moment I wasn’t captivated, though. I enjoyed the flashy editing and lurid colors in the lighting.