Schmalzler’s review published on Letterboxd:
Midsommar is a nice umcomfortable film if watched just with superficial intention but lacks everything it wants to discuss: grief, toxic relationships (sexual and platonic), collective horror and so on. These issues exist but that's it. Theres no development and almost no inclusion into the plot, therefore nothing to discover or contemplate on.
In the end it's just a mildly disturbing drugfueld folk horror that doesn't catch on to its models.
It's funny and and gives a feeling of unease though, so suite entertaining.