Vincent Knight’s review published on Letterboxd:
Between John Cassavettes in this movie and John Huston in Chinatown, it seems like for some reason Roman Polanski really liked to cast other directors in his films and have them play some of the most despicable characters in film history.
Also I haven't seen Once Upon a Time in Hollywood yet so in my attempt to avoid spoilers I really don't wanna do any research on this but aren't there some very fucking odd parallels between the plot of this movie and the fate of Sharon Tate?
Also also I noticed this time around that both Mia Farrow's character and the elderly neighbors were definitely inspirations for David Lynch's Mulholland Drive, particularly for what is going on in the ending scene (of Mulholland Dr).
Also also also this movie is fucking great