Los Angeles Times

By Gary Goldstein
Magical swords, evil doppelgangers, a sexy black muscle car, an unremarkable final showdown and lots of first-draft dialogue factor into this thankfully brief (about 80 minutes plus end credits) frightfest.
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Washington Post

By Mark Jenkins
Intriguingly, Jinn makes a plea for understanding and cooperation between Muslims, Jews and Christians. Disappointingly, writer-director Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad does all too good a job burying that message within a blustering supernatural thriller.
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The Dissolve

By Chris Klimek
A deeply dopey, distinctly not-terrifying, unintentionally hilarious supernatural thriller.
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By Joe Leydon
[A] ponderously paced, needlessly convoluted and altogether unexceptional thriller.
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The New York Times

By Nicolas Rapold
Most of the time, this incoherent thriller resembles an overheated trailer for itself: a glaringly rough assembly of ill-staged computer-generated action sequences and portentous moments.
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24 out of 100
Generally unfavorable reviews
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