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A good horror film for those who don’t like horror films: Midsommar reviewed

6 July 2019

9:00 AM

6 July 2019

9:00 AM

Midsommar is the latest horror film from Ari Aster, who made Hereditary, which starred Toni Collette and was a sensation. That was a domestic, claustrophobic scenario packed with jump scares — well, jump-ish scares; I wasn’t that scared, actually — whereas this is pastoral and relies more on building a quiet dread.

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