You know. In retrospect - Maybe all the shit they put Ehren through in Jackass Forever was karmic debt for the taxi prank.
Hands down the best horror film I've seen since Honeymoon. It relies on atmosphere, tension, and dread rather than scare tactics and delivers some seriously creepy but beautifully creative imagery along the way. Pretty much everything about this film is great. The visuals, the score, the tone, the editing. The best part is, "it" can symbolize almost anything you want it to. This isn't a film that beats you over the head with a metaphor nor does it succumb to the horror cliche of outsmarting the supernatural.