Lars von Trier is up to his old tricks in this absurdly macabre and deeply self-conscious portrait of a serial killer.
Lars von Trier’s two-part psychosexual epic makes for invigorating, profound and occasionally baffling viewing.
There’s something powerful here, but von Trier hasn’t quite managed to force it through the screen.
Antichrist confirms Lars von Trier as the mad master-imp of world cinema.
By Alan Mack
Lars von Trier’s latest is light, frothy and bitingly funny with a pleasingly dark underside.