Tim Faust’s review published on Letterboxd:
With every rewatch I come to appreciate this movie more. While I still feel the supernatural elements of this movie are a bit played out, I think it pulls it off perfectly. This time around I noticed the score alot more which makes the film feel so horrifying even when nothing is really going on. It's features some of the best acting ever in a horror film, especially from Toni Collette and has so many memorable scenes. I hope Ari Aster keeps blessing us with these fresh horror films, but whatever he makes I'm there to see it.