Brendon’s review published on Letterboxd:
Holy shit this is probably the most creepiest and beautifully made horror film I’ve seen, each scene is epic and gorgeous to look at and the dream sequences are some of best shots I’ve ever seen in horror. It’s pretty much a work of art and it’s handled with so much class and care, the camera work is so good. The soundtrack is probably the best I’ve heard too, Thom Yorke has been one of my favourite artists for a while now so I just knew I’d love it and that it would work so well in the film. There’s two scenes in particular that had to make me pause the film and reflect, there were some truly traumatic stuff in those scenes but ofc that isn’t a bad thing, it’s what makes horror my favourite genre. I know I’ll be thinking about this for a while, I’m just glad great horror films are being made right now.