this undoubtably trippy film is surreal & errie. it has a patient pace that leaves the viewer time to ponder it's dark mystery
A trippy historical horror. Just what you’d expect from Ben Wheatley.
An interesting concept film hampered by occasional indulgent scenes and a meandering pace, with austere performances that keep with the tone
Ever feel like a movie was made for you? Odd, esoretic, deep symbolism, incredibly visual; John Dee's occult shroom trip in film form.
Definitely not for everyone, a bizarre but good watch if you’re into arthouse, great use of techniques
A spiritual successor to The Seventh Seal and one of the most interesting movies to come out in recent years.
It’s extremely experimental and I just don’t think I was ready for it
Quite a bizarre ride! Might require a second watch to grasp it completely, but a quality film in general
It's like they were on shrooms or something.
This is a unique one act period piece without the nonsense drama usually found in the genre. Not a great film but it should be seen.
A trippy adventure into the eponymous place which will leave you either amazed or confused by its visuals.
A simple premise is stretched out for too long and peppered with flashy video effects, hoping that'll make you remember the film tomorrow.
Genuinely made me feel sick to my stomach. Brilliant, risky, gratuitous, repulsive, and so unrelentingly unique that it's hard to rate.
There's a lot I don't understand about this movie. But I love it
A guy eats a bunch of mushrooms and then goes Super-Saiyan.
May not be everyones cup of tea but definitely stands out for being unique, creative. Cinematic fresh air. Downside is pacing.
Schrooming, it’s dangerous!