jacob i.’s review published on Letterboxd:
blah blah blah remakes
Now that that’s out of the way, this is fucking astounding. It’s one achievement to make a supernatural horror film this thematically rich while maintaining a superb surface mystery, but to reach the ability of pulling real, genuine emotion from its audience is nothing short of incredible. I’m so happy Guadagnino succeeded at fulfilling this terrifying and grotesque vision. Such uniqueness in this day and age should be praised without fault, this feels like a film from another fucking era.