THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
"[A] starring turn by Bryant, who makes her character sympathetic in her travails and displays an admirable fearlessness."
"A new, inspirational face in Indie Horror."
"A particular shining star on the cast is Rachel Amanda Bryant as cute barista and residential Nancy Drew type
Heather. Despite much of the characters viewing Heather as a paranoid busybody, Bryant takes Heather's potentially
irksome character and makes her empathetic. We see how the disappearance of her friends has taken a toll on her,
as well as her desperation to prove the guilt of who she believes to be the culprit. As a result, Heather becomes a rounded
character that the audience is bound to root for, making the fate that befalls her all the more upsetting."
THE INDEPENDENT CRITIC
"...an actress the caliber of Bryant, whose work here really elevates the film ["The Campus"] as she is able to pull off the incredible weirdness of the story in a way that feels remarkably normal."
"Rachel Amanda Bryant brings full dimension to her character by layering her performance with wonderful choices
[...] and never misses a beat."
"Bryant is a joy to watch."
"But the standout has to be Rachel Amanda Bryant, who plays the true crime buff barista and brings immense charm,
charisma, and presence to the role. She steals most of the scenes she takes part in and is a lot of fun to watch, as she makes
the most of the her on screen moments."
"Of the most enjoyable portions of DeathDay is its star, Rachel Amanda Bryant. Bryant is game for these shenanigans
in the best way, stopping to deliver quips as she’s put through the wringer."
"Rachel Amanda Bryant brings a compelling physical performance."
"played with passion by Rachel Amanda Bryant."
"And one of my favorite things about it is that it features a survival girl, and one who’s actually deserving of that title.
Rachel Amanda Bryant did a fantastic job as lead and her performance can be closely equated to Sharni Vinson
in You’re Next. Intelligent, strong and sexy while remaining a certain level of charm and vulnerability."
"Bryant is the main focus for almost the entire duration of the movie. This can be a daunting task, but she rules the screen
and takes everything that the director can throw at her. In the end, she proves to be the female equivalent of
Bruce Campbell as Ash in the Evil Dead franchise. She’s takes on all comers and is covered in blood throughout the film."
JOE STRAW 9
"Bryant is very likeable."
"Bryant does an excellant job."
"Rachel is a very talented actress who does a fantastic job of bringing Morgan's anguish, fear and confusion to life."