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This movie was beyond screwed up, but the ending was magnificent and exactly what you'd almost hope to expect. I was extremely unsettled and uncomfortable with most of the dialogue between actor and actress, but for two people to hold almost an entire movie is something in and of itself. Super interesting concept.
As a mom, I adored this movie. I cried through the ending. Full of campy jumpscares and your usual horror movie delight with what I can say was a beautiful happy ending, which we so rarely get with campy horror films. The effects were beautiful, though the storyline did leave something to desire.
This movie has still stuck with me, and I watched it several months ago. Spoilers ahead, so stop reading now if you're just arriving to this unsanity.
Extremely atmospheric in a horrifying way, there are two separate pieces in which to speak of: the terrifying cult in which everyone was a part of secretly, and the mental illness undertones that cast through the whole movie like nails on a chalkboard. The most disturbing scenes are definitely those that involve the two separate decapitations of mother and daughter. There's nothing like good old decapitation to scare the hell out of you. Alex Wolff did an excellent job at the end, and I was both confused and disgusted as I digested what was probably one of my new favorite horror films ever.
A very slow and disturbing build. Every scene is a little weirder than that before it, and it's probably about 20 minutes of useless bull too long. The ending however was ultimately the most mind turning ending in a horror movie I've seen in a long time. If you can stick it out through the slow build, definitely stay around for the ending.