Tom dePerto’s review published on Letterboxd:
Creative. This is a film that rides entirely on its premise and does wonders with it. Doesn't overcomplicate it like a director like Nolan would and feels like it could be an all-time classic if it had just a little more meat in its bones during the last act.
Imagine if you suddenly lost control of your body and you had to fight your way in back again little by little. Brandon Cronenberg is a natural provocateur just like his father. The opening sequence is outstanding, in particular - Gabrielle Graham shines bright during those first five minutes or so.