Aaron’s review published on Letterboxd:
Way too much going on to form a coherent critical appraisal - I simply have to see it again. I am able to say that It's muscularly directed and fabulously acted, bizarrely and consistently funny, and the intro is so exceedingly powerful the film (capably) fights to live up to it for the rest of its runtime. Going into the last 5 minutes or so there seem to be two ways that Aster is going with this, and I'm happy with the choice he made. Now I just need to make time to see it again.
Would make a fantastic double feature with Climax (2018) or mother! (2017). My guy Will Poulter got a fuckin "and"-credit, too! Good for him.