Midsomer movie review

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Genre: Folk Horror

 Rated: R - Languages, Sex, Nudity, Gore

 Year of Release: 2019

 Director: Ari Aster

 Summary: A couple travels to Sweden to visit a rural hometown's fabled mid-summer festival. What begins as an idyllic retreat quickly devolves into an increasingly violent and bizarre competition at the hands of a pagan cult.

 Review: This film is unsettling, a good compliment for a horror film. Unlike other films in this genre being dark and with lots of shadows. Mid-somer is bright, sunny, and colorful. Whatever gruesome that is going to happen, is going to be in broad daylight. 

One of the reason that makes it disturb. There this weird sex scene, I’m not say much there. Well the whole movie is uncanny. It does stair away from jump scares and most tropes. Following some tropes, it still does something different. Like I say before it set in a sunny atmosphere. Dangers lacks only in the shadows, right? What can go wrong? 



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