Donatello’s review published on Letterboxd:
One of the most visually and sonically arresting horror films ever made. The dream sequences are captivating, and embody a vintage nightmare that this film excels at above all else. While I find slight issue with the runtime, it’s not necessarily boring, and it works flawlessly in spite of it. It’s creepy and atmospheric, and the horrifying climaxes are striking to say the least. It may be a different creature to it’s Dario Argento counterpart, but it also works within its own groove and is one of the best modern remakes of a horror classic.