Nick Blondell’s review published on Letterboxd:
An absolute blast. It’s got incredibly silly dialogue and a twist that Hope guessed 25 minutes in, but Shyamalan is such a master of imagery and framing and suspense that it makes the whole exercise compelling and rife with fear. Spent a lot of the movie going “oh” and “oh dear” and “what the heeeeeeck” and “geeeeeeze” and those are very good things! I really loved how heartfelt it became as it moved into its third act. Everyone knows how much I love heart! Much better than Midsommar (2019).