Critic Consensus: Supernatural horror of a refreshingly subtle vintage, Sator uses one family's fight against demonic possession to cast its own dark, stubborn spell.
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Critic Reviews for Sator
It's a film that you absorb, until it slithers around and engulfs you.
Here's a shivery treat for horror connoisseurs more interested in mood and atmosphere than blood and guts.
Through both theme and texture, Graham approximates the slow phobia of Ari Aster's Hereditary-the pervasive feeling that the dominos are tumbling and there is nothing that can be done about it.
Graham uses darkness and a very sparse score/soundscape to create a truly disturbing work that relies not so much on gore as the uncanny in its most potent form: stillness, pools of darkness and just-visible figures.
Anyone can pull off a jump scare or three. Graham immediately manages the considerably more difficult task of conjuring a mood of general dread, suffusing ordinary settings with supernatural unease.
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