Ethan’s review published on Letterboxd:
Theatrical cut, grade may be placeholder until I see the director's cut, but this has the potential to go even higher than Hereditary on a rewatch. The script isn't as tight or as defined in its themes (there is a lot more movie to digest here), but the technical aspects are even more refined here than Aster's feature debut.
The score, the cinematography, and the atmosphere (filled with dread and WTF moments) was delightful. I know I'm friends with quite a few Aster haters, and I just hope you know that even though we disagree on his films, your opinions are still valid.
Wow, Florence Pugh.
P.S. White people out here having a musical ensemble sex scene, huh?