Brendan Michaels’s review published on Letterboxd:
Fincher has yet to make a film that, in my opinion, has been able to hold a candle to his murder mystery crime thriller, Zodiac. A film that seems like a more detailed version of Seven, but without the safety of security that Seven had with revealing who John Doe is. The Zodiac Killer is a shadow that could attack you at any time. Fincher captures the paranoia well with each character doubting whether they will ever find the killer themselves. Every scene is anxiety filled and only slows down with a sense of dread in all the Zodiac killings scenes. They feel slower, more prolonged, more fearful, the fear of the unknown that Fincher is so good at directing. This is what I believe to be David Fincher's masterpiece.