Milo Hicks’s review published on Letterboxd:
Horrifying and mesmerizing—it feels like being put under a spell. The photography is somehow both fresh and classic all at once. There are so many fascinating things going on with communal emotion that twist back in surprising ways on the horror film experience and beyond. Really looking forward to this rewatch. Also, some of the best drug-induced visuals I've seen on screen that are made possible by excellent post-prod work. Good god the sound design sure is pulling its weight here.
Need to rewatch before I can rate it, but it'll be at least 4/5