Yeah. I mean it's got some psuedo-Christian Mythology iconography and tribal belief systems referenced, because it's the type of people who lived during the westward expansion, indians, homesteaders, etc. but it's a solid supernatural western narrative as well.
The "/ss/" stuff is tame at best, more like a teasing big sister, and harmless, and cute, and not the lewd the /co/ ppl would lead you to believe.
Also the villain is exceptionally evil.