"Munger Road" does an efficient, skillful job of audience manipulation using the techniques of darkness and vulnerability, and the truth that a horror not seen is almost always scarier than one you can see.
Roger Ebert - Chicago Sun-Times
The debut feature from writer-director Nicholas Smith, who surely will go on to more compelling work.
Michael Phillips - Chicago Tribune
Using the less-is-more approach, Nicholas Smith builds the film to an effective and suspenseful climax. But then, Munger Road stops abruptly and annoyingly with a "to be continued." Really?
Eric Melin - Scene-Stealers.com
I felt like I'd wasted almost an hour-and-a-half of my life on a film that wasn't even going to bother giving me a complete story.
Mike McGranaghan - Aisle Seat