Scarlett Worthington’s review published on Letterboxd:
Woah this film deserves more attention, it’s masterful.
This is intelligent, bold and completely stands on its own in terms of comparing it to the original. Being completely on the contrary in terms of visuals, it remains mesmerising specifically with the dance aspect which is absolutely beautifully displayed here. Now while the original creeped me out, this version made my skin crawl and actually recoil in my seat. It falls into downright disturbing rather than unsettling and that is hardly ever achieved in modern horror so I bloody respect it.
Think I prefer it to the original, other than being a tad too long, it gets everything right. Also round of a-fucking-pplause for Tilda Swinton, who i didn’t even realised played three roles in this, beyond outstanding give this amazing woman more praise.