But that soundtrack, tho. The electronic score, composed by American musician Disasterpeace, is absolutely insane. It harkens back to scores like that of John Carpenter’s Halloween  while still fitting the modern (well, modern-ish, its kind of hard to tell) setting of this film. It really helps to build the tension and dread, but it wouldn’t be out of place being blasted in your car.
Above average IQ. This is a pretty smart film, a compliment rarely given out to modern horror movies. While some characters make some questionable decisions, especially our protagonist's choice of sexual partners, the film still feels quite competent in its storytelling. The concept is fresh and exciting and leaves just the right amount of mystery to the audience. Some of the acting isn’t amazing and there is some iffy dialogue, but ultimately the film is well done by all involved.