“A crossbreed of The Evil Dead (teenagers tamper with demonic forces in a cabin which has a sinister basement) and Candyman (though here the honey/bee-associated ghost is a slave-master, not a lynching victim). …There are imaginative apparitions – a hood/wicker-mask outfit for one of the spectres suggests a man with a beehive for his head – and there’s a potent cocktail of racial and historical injustices bubbling throughout.” – Kim Newman