What did I just watch?
That was the question running through my mind when the credits started to roll. Best viewed with an audience, “Midsommar” is not so much a movie you watch as one that you experience. It’s something of a cinematic orde... Read the full review »
Unsettling, mind-numbing and sometimes funny but understandably subjective in its use of terror and horror, Ari Aster shows his genius and craftsmanship with “Midsommar”, a film that delves into the unraveling of human suffering, trauma, agita... Read the full review »
Midsommar brightly dances through fields of tulips to create an unsettling depiction of emasculation. "That was a waste of time" muttered the viewers behind me. "What on earth is going on?" laughed the friends in front of me. "That was hilarious!"... Read the full review »