Tristan French’s review published on Letterboxd:
Quarantine Binge: Film #6
While the execution leaves A LOT to be desired and the script is ridiculously on the nose (I don't care if that was the point, it didn't come across right), this is a interesting twist on the "hunters become the hunted" concept. It's a surprisingly bold film and I'm honestly shocked it got a theatrical release in this climate. It goes pretty hard on elitist liberals in a way that most films wouldn't dare to approach. Not sure I agree with the philosophies here and it's not necessarily a very good movie, but it was a fascinating watch nonetheless.