The colour grading is really bad, but this is such a fun time. Almost every character grows or declines, which is impressive for an ensemble (particularly a horror ensemble). And the performances work, even if the dialogue is sometimes cringey. Nails the comedy without sacrificing (no pun intended) the horror. 

This would be a really easy movie to screw up, and everybody involved does A+ work — even if it’s somewhat reminiscent of Get Out at times.

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