ZoroPrime’s review published on Letterboxd:
Nope. I didn’t give this movie justice. Way better after watching it.
Over the last week I’ve been rewatching scenes from this film, and the music. From the opening credits which begin with a single chilling note, that slowly progresses into a chaotic symphony really set the tone for what the movie is going to be.
The impending set of dread in this movie is astounding. Haven’t seen much like it.
The final scene portrays a family relationship in the best way. Brings tears to my eyes.
Definitely a must watch.