"a David Lynchean fever dream on Beatrix Potter terrain"   – Variety
"Every now and then, a film comes along that is so original and made with such clear passion that it almost takes you a moment to catch your breath. Christiane Cegavske’s Blood Tea and Red String is precisely such a film”      – Fangoria 
"a garden of unspoken delights... an original head trip” – New York Post 
"wondrous strangeness ... its haunting images speak directly to some dark, preverbal corner of the heart”      – TV Guide  
"A dark tale of white mice, sylvan creatures and a stolen goddess...as much a work of sculpture as of cinema” – New York Times
"a transportive magic mirror to a fantasy world...will appeal to fans of Jan Svankmajer and Brothers Quay, as well as anyone who has ever wondered if the animals they see in the woods have a religion" – Alamo Drafthouse​​​​​​​
"a stunning achievement that will appeal to anyone in search of a bold and captivating movie" – Film Threat 
"a hypnotic fairy-tale both terrifying and beautiful" – Metrocinema   ​​​​​​​ 
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