Wild that Michael Sheen chose to play this one like a good, British Jack Torrance
Wow literally incredible. A horror film where all the dread comes from social cruelty and the violence itself is merely a catharsis. Perfect in its melodrama. Employs the best use of split screen I've witnessed to date. Honestly overwhelming. De Palma, man. I get it now.
I don't know if I've ever seen a director wear their influence so plainly yet still surpass it on every level. I mean, this has to be the most compelling interpretation of Hitchcock, including…