Keith Dwyer’s review published on Letterboxd:
Far more engrossing, engaging, exhilarating and captivating the second time around. A huge factor of the further appreciation for it was also getting to see it in a cinema this time. Hearing laughs slowly divulge into collective gasps in the theater will be a cinema visit I won't forget.
Drastically cunning, perplexing and invigorating. A cinematic rubiks cube of political/social allegories, karma and class. As well as an orb of cinematic tools utilized and sharpened to strangle the sense of the viewer with it's last dying breath, Parasite does not give up.