Calvin Kemph 🤠’s review published on Letterboxd:
The Cronenberg name carries an overbearing weight of expectation. For Brandon Cronenberg, son of the great David Cronenberg, everyone has one question: how much body horror does his new film have? A significant amount. Through the lens of an identity thriller, Brandon Cronenberg has come by it honestly, an invigorating breath of fresh air, radically examining a sense of self and what it means to exist within and outside our bodies. Possessor is an exhilarating masterwork, an exhalation of boundary-wrecking imaginative creation, a profound statement with philosophical depth, and the must-see horror event of the autumnal season.