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I don't think the people rating this movie so low are doing it for the right reasons. Symbolism is absolutely entrenched in this film, but most of us aren't looking for "smart" in our horror films these days, are we? So no, it is not an obvious, in your face scare fest. The fear it evokes occurs on a far deeper level; the imagery creates tension, the pace creates tension (yes, it is slow, but purposefully so), the whole point is that nothing is truly as it seems and we are not in control. When you think about it, what is scarier than not having control?
Plus, as always, Natalie Dormer is enchanting.
I walked out of the theater afraid for the first time in thirteen years.