Messy, but endearingly unabashed and heartfelt. Not remotely surprised to learn Argento had to be talked out of the inclusion of a bestiality scene. Things I didn't notice the first time through: in the Harvey scene, Asia indicates her character's guilelessness by absently wandering into a potted plant.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Second viewing; holds up great (aside from the obvious narrative holes such as Suspect With Biggest Axe To Grind Evading Suspicion In Abduction Of Vehicular Homicide Girl - though on the other hand, now that it's all the rage I look forward to the plot hole-filling prequel which valiantly explains how Lang's blind character might've sought her out and captured her in the first place). Firmly on #TeamPvtJoker with regards to Alvarez's facility in establishing the house's geography.