“Once the horror angle kicks in, Torn Hearts is even more fun. The ending is crazy-dark, with a shocking sequence that reminded me of a meta Scream-reveal. All three women at the center (especially Katey) give powerful performances reflective of their overall skills as performers. I am admittedly not crazy about country music, so I was utterly shocked that I enjoyed Torn Hearts to this extent.” 3.5/5 Josh at the Movies
“Sagal relishes the contempt, crafting a formidable central figure and ensuring rapt attention, no matter what weaknesses the film has in store. Torn Hearts layers its somewhat rote plot points with context about the harsh misogyny of country music, points Sagal’s performance drives home.” 3/5 Maddwolf
“Writer Rachel Koller Croft’s script has a throughline of dark comic lines but also delivers on the weightier material, never losing sight of the central message. Excellent performances, lavish style and a focused central message make Torn Hearts an engaging and meaningful watch.” 4.5/5 Scared Sheepless
“The complexities of relationships between sisters and friends who feel as close as sisters is also put under a cinematic microscope here, leaving viewers with plenty to chew on to accompany the blood-soaked horror proceedings […] Grant does a super job of ratcheting up the suspense…” 4/5 The Scariest Things
Torn Hearts will be available on Digital via Epix on May 20, 2022.