trey’s review published on Letterboxd:
Completely terrifying all throughout, and an absolute masterclass in foreshadowing. It's hard to believe this is a debut as well - Aster knows how to honor the greats before him as well as doing something new. I loved how the film was just as haunting in the scenes where the family interacts with each other. Gotta hand it to Alex Wolff for a truly sympathetic, vulnerable, and emotionally numb performance. Toni Collette deserves Best Actress after everything in this. I wasn't expecting that ending but it left me so uncomfortable as I sat there during the credits. A modern horror masterpiece.