Diane Lawlor’s review published on Letterboxd:
Can't stop thinking about this. Florence Pugh is exceptional and Ari Aster has just cemented himself as a masterful filmmaker. It's trippy, surreal and horrifying in a way that feels difficult to describe.
The way Pugh portrayed anxiety and grief felt visceral and affecting to the point that it was difficult to watch. On the other hand, there's this wonderful dark humour at play which adds to the surrealism of the film so brilliantly.
Honestly felt speechless after watching it but now it's probably going to be all I talk about.
Also please never watch this with your parents.