Still one of the most disturbing movies I've ever seen. So much of it hinges of the credibility of the late Marilyn Burns' fear. Her fear is contagious.
The terror is unrelenting. It's tactless in the best possible way; it doesn't let up. You might expect a break, an exterior shot of the house or moon to counterbalance the rawness of the dinner scene, but there's no respite. You're trapped in the scene with Sally.
And yet it's watchable. I…