William Barker’s review published on Letterboxd:
That, was nauseating, but in a great way.
Not many films have given me what I'd describe as a 'good headache'. Glorious. Brandon Cronenburg has a great penchant for amazingly wince worthy mutilation like David, and beautiful, fucked up imagery that I live for. Brandon goes about creating a completely twisted world within an individual that just feels like trauma. Bravo Brandon. Bravo.
I had no idea that Sean Bean was in this.