Much like its lead character, the film doesn’t seem have a plan of where it wants to go or how it wants to get there.
Raises interesting ideas about grief, guilt, and responsibility, shedding light on the ongoing struggles of Indigenous people.
This atmospheric, moody, gory, gothic horror film feels like a game changer for the genre.
The timely issues of gender, identity, race, and class are squandered in a bland, boring wrapper.
It’s not the most inventive revenge thriller, but the film is filled with an unrelenting brutality that will give your nerves a jolt.
The gimmick of telling the story entirely through social media and smartphone screens doesn’t take long to become annoying.