I did like it for my part. Not the best MOH episode, but still a beautiful one imo. It is disgusting but to its own merit, i like the fact that men still want to save her before they actually know the truth about her. And yes, many men (if not every man) would react the same. Fair review though. It’s not the best story out there, it quickly becomes about the pace of the horror instead of how you could develop it as a psychological story in a 2 hours film. But in terms of gruesome, let’s not forget that Takashe Miike’s Imprint episode couldn’t be aired on TV. It’s not Cigarette Burns (Carpenter’s), Pick Me Up (Larry Cohen’s) and neither is it Imprint but it’s still holds up in my top5 MOH episodes.