There are only a few problems, mostly to do with sound editing; sometimes it was obvious the dialogue had been dubbed over, or there was some static noise in the background. This was mostly in the beginning, however, so it isn’t a consistent weakness and isn’t as distracting later in the film. In addition, some of the action was hard to follow as it was so fast-paced and was mostly filmed close-up, which is particularly the case in the last fight scene. The fight scene in the opening was much easier to follow because the action was much clearer by being filmed slightly further away.
On the other hand, there is all-round decent acting – I particularly liked Michael Parle as Falstaff, the villain. Sometimes Taryn (Niamh Hogan) was hard to take seriously but that was most likely down to a few strange lines of dialogue (I guess that comes with the territory of supernatural films, and they made me laugh anyway so I can’t complain). This isn’t a film you need to take seriously to enjoy, but it’s not in the “so bad it’s good” category either. Furthermore, Aisli Moran did a great job playing Taryn’s younger and very adorable sister Annabelle, especially considering how dark her story was. Finally, some of the camerawork and angles were interesting and it seemed like a lot of effort was put into thinking about how to make the film look more unique and dynamic.
Overall, despite some issues with sound editing, this is a very enjoyable film and I would recommend anyone who is a fan of the supernatural/occult genre to give it a try. It was particularly good for a first-time director, and I will look forward to seeing her future projects.