“Who’d have thunk it? It turns out Texas doesn’t have a monopoly on clans of tightly-wound yokels suffering from too much isolation and a surfeit of plain old down-home “coo-coo.”  Director Patrick von Barkenberg takes his sweet time letting the story unfold just quickly enough for us to savor every moment of growing unease and mystery as Robin warily observes the actions of her hosts as they grow more suspicious and unsettling….The film itself is a visual treat, each shot nicely composed with lots of little directorial touches that are oddly satisfying.  Performances never go over the top, and the film is refreshingly devoid of the usual jump scares and musical stings. It isn’t even all that gory. Indeed, what happens to Robin (and some other unfortunate people around her) might’ve been turned into the same tired old torture porn working itself into a lather trying to “scare” us, but instead we’re drawn into an increasingly engrossing scenario that carries us along on a wave of pure, skin-crawling suspense.” – HK and Film Cult News