Ambitious, impressively crafted, and above all unsettling, Midsommar further proves writer-director Ari Aster is a horror auteur to be reckoned with.
The talented scriptwriter and director is interested in creating a universe that is as fascinating as it is macabre, with its own codes, rules, and esthetic. [Full Review in Spanish]Read full article
Aster built a visually stunning micro-world. [Full review in Spanish]Read full article
Midsommar feels like a hard shot from the source of terror -- an allusive work of art.Read full article
In Midsommar, grief is accompanied by an unnerving hum: the confluence of hundreds of mourners collectively putting anguish out into the ether, as if to open up emotional veins and make the act of sharing pain almost too vulnerable an affair.Read full article
Ari Aster seems dedicated to creating experiences that are difficult to forget and he accomplishes that. [Full Review in Spanish]Read full article
Ari Aster did it again. Midsommar is a symmetric representation of fears around individualism and community life. A truly visionary and creative take on contemporary social horror. [Full review in Spanish]Read full article
I was never, even for one second, feeling the length... I found it so unsettling and sinister. At moments it was a little uneven, but it's so watchable and gets under your skin in a really creepy way.Read full article