This definitely went exactly as planned. I thought I would get a weird psycho-thriller, and wow, that’s exactly what I got.
Lots of really good twists and turns. There definitely could have been some more development in certain areas, the secondary characters especially.
Clayne Crawford is able to move the plot along alright by himself, but the real focus becomes David Hyde Pierce. I haven’t seen such a deep villain in quite a while.
The central set of the house is really cool, especially as the director continues to explore it throughout the film.
Visceral visual effects are definitely pivotal to acheicveing the desired effect of the film. The soundtrack is pretty good too.
Some great elements almost add up to a great film.
Very watchable for most any audience.