...works like a blood-spattered charm.
—Bill Gibron filmcritic.com
Mildly proficient as far as throwbacks go...
—Nick Schager Slant Magazine
The best use of 3D and a pick-axe we can think of.
—Jenni MIller Premiere
...strictly by-the-numbers slasher boilerplate. It won't endure past the weekend.
—Scott Tobias Onion AV Club
...lack(s) of imagination.
—Clark Collins Entertainment Weekly
...the film tries to sort of take itself seriously, and that's a real bummer.
—Alex Markerson E!
—Mark Olsen Los Angeles Times