Best movie of all-time. Hands down. The only competition it has is Aster's follow-up film Midsommar.
After rewatching Ari Aster's sophomore feature Midsommar last night, I have come to the conclusion that it is my second favorite film of all time.
This is the definition of cinematic hypnotism. Who knew a movie that is filled with so much dread, terror, and unease could be so calming to watch, while also being so stress-inducing?
Let's get this right out of the way - the cinematography by Pawel Pogorzelski here is truly astounding. Every single frame is extremely…
It's crazy to think that this film was released a whole year ago. I vividly remember everything about my initial moviegoing experience, including the fact that I was in a really bad mood that day. That probably explains why I didn't appreciate it enough back then, because upon my second viewing today, I found myself greatly enjoying Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. It's wonderfully creepy and shockingly intense. Can't wait for the sequel, whenever that is. Hopefully soon. This is proof that PG-13 horror movies can be legitimately creepy.