Mia Teodocio’s review published on Letterboxd:
It’s incredible how much context and exposition colour will give you about a space and how you’re supposed to feel. Psychologically, I’m sure there are warning signs blaring off in my head when I see an argento red-painted room, but while the hellish score of muffled screams wants me to look away, the beautiful woman draped in white hanging from a corridor looks so beautiful. She takes up the perfect amount of space on the screen and my eyes fill with compositional pleasure. Isn’t film amazing?
What a great fucking experience of a movie this is. One of my favourite (and most terrifying) scores I’ve ever encountered. Has some of my favourite shots of all time. 10/10