Kaylee’s review published on Letterboxd:
oh my god. holy. shit.
this on a big screen is such an overwhelming auditory and visual experience that I will never recover from. pls watch it in a theater. a movie has never scared me a movie has never made me want to throw up. this movie did that. I had so much anxiety during this. its so beautiful and terrifying. I left the theater so dazed. its such an experience. I don't even know what to say. also the dance sequences are so good. someone discuss this movie with me. its not the same movie as the original its not even comparable. its one of the best horror movies I've ever seen I think. I do prefer it to the original I think but they are totally different movies. I like the first half more than the second its also scarier. luca needs to do more horror.