Pretty much as good as the first time I saw it. Incredibly suspenseful with just the right amount of shoving a turkey baster filled with semen into a rapist's mouth.
I love how Ari Aster disguises this movie at first as a drama about a family unraveling from tragedy and grief, and how loss can unearth deep-seated emotion and trauma...
Only for him to weave in this supernatural element to the movie that consistently grows more and more pervasive over the runtime of the film.
By the end of it I had no idea if I was watching the delusions brought on by schizophrenia (of which the main character's mother…