Third Park Chan-wook film I've seen.
First was Oldboy. Instant classic.
Second was Handmaiden. Even better.
So what I've noticed as a throughline in his work is a fascination with eroticism, completely unpredictable twists, and a fever-dream-like way of visually telling his stories.
Stoker is his first English speaking film and I think that's what made it ultimately work less for me compared to the others. The dialogue felt that it was written by someone who's first language wasn't English.
The first 20 minutes took its time getting my excitement, but when it took hold it didn't let go until it was over. Those are the "negatives" that come to mind.
But there's so much to love here.