Reviews

Oct 4, 2021
Episode 42: Crawl / The Last Black Man in San Francisco / Chernobyl / Midsommar
Aug 15, 2021
One dizzying, hilarious trip into hell.
Jul 23, 2021
Midsommer is a tasty treat for horror fans.
Apr 29, 2021
Ari Aster's Hereditary follow-up is a genuinely disturbing tale of nature-worshiping pagans.
Mar 1, 2021
Bizarre is the main course in Midsommar, which serves as Florence Pugh's tour de force. A daylight horror movie that succeeds because of the efficiency of its first act. [Full review in Spanish]
Feb 18, 2021
It's difficult to imagine Midsommar satisfying true horror fans, but if you're interested in witnessing some ultra-strange cult rituals, it more than fits that bill.
Feb 8, 2021
... what it does to you is undeniable.
Jan 31, 2021
Proof positive that not all scary stuff happens under the cover of darkness. Sometimes daylight can illuminate the true horror of a situation in even more terrifying ways.
Jan 29, 2021
[Ari] Aster turns everyday living on its head...[Midsommar] offers up catharsis via grotesque apotheosis.
Dec 17, 2020
Florence Pugh is strong in this sophomore effort from Ari Aster. While not as accomplished as his first film, his attention to detail, tone, and cinematography are superb.
Nov 21, 2020
A vast improvement over the wildly overrated "Hereditary," director Ari Aster gives us a slow-burn of a horror film that gradually gets under the viewer's skin and proves hard to shake, even after the credits role.
Sep 25, 2020
Ends up being more unsettling than Hereditary and is proof that Aster is a potential horror master.
Sep 19, 2020
An interesting mixture of scenes that touch on the absurd and the real, the intellectual and the banal in a constant state of terror [Full Review in Spanish]
Aug 16, 2020
This is a descent into the seventh circle of a very particular kind of hell -- one designed by a malignant creator playfully twisting the knife.
Jul 27, 2020
One woman's journey to a remote Swedish village helps reveal to her an existence outside of American patriarchy and toxic men.
Jul 23, 2020
A film which splices its incredibly graphic gore and creeping horror with overblown, definitely-allowed-to-laugh sequences. For all of that, it's still an effective horror story.
Jul 2, 2020
If this was maybe 40 minutes shorter, it might have worked. As is, everything you think is going to happen happens and it's not worth the wait.
Jun 27, 2020
You feel the need to see every frame for fear of missing a single thing, even to the point of testing your bladder's resolve.
Jun 27, 2020
It's a film that is not fully illuminated. [Full review in Spanish]
Jun 26, 2020
A meticulous, artsy, fastidious take on what's essentially a seedy pulp story.