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An interesting watch, but ultimately too slow to keep my attention. It's more or less poetry than it is a documentary, but that isn't apparent until a third of the way into the film. In 1963, most of the world was going through new wave cinema, and this certainly new wave aspects to it.
Just watched this again for the 5th time, and I can easily say it's my favorite horror movie of all time. Aster has a way of reaching one of the most primordial fears: What's in the dark. From our childhood, we're all afraid of the dark. Even into adulthood, most people are still afraid of the dark. (if you claim you're not, then I urge you to go into woods 20 miles away from cellphone reception, hospitals, and light pollution…