Lars Von Tiers Antichrist.

I was quite stunned by the graphic sexual nature of this movie when it began but hey, I’m not complaining I’m just saying! #JS

Antichrist, directed by Lars von Trier, shows us the acts of humanity and human nature; a human being which holds both good and evil. It’s an artistic film and with no names for the characters played by Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg, just known as ‘he’ and ‘she’.

Antichrist starts with psychotherapist “he” and his wife “she” making love as their young toddler climbs onto a desk to look at snowflakes outside. When tragedy happens.

He uses his professional skills to help she deal with what happens, taking her out into nature to be alone and attempt to heal her pain. He has the best intentions, leading she into the darkest recesses of her mind and instead of releasing psychological trauma, he reinforces it. Having to defend himself when she becomes the controlling force.

Antichrist horror movie.

The film is divided into six parts, including a Prologue. Grief, Pain, and Despair; The Three Beggars, and an Epilogue.

Antichrist is a psychological ride that will no doubt divide audiences, with the last parts of the movie brutal, revealing, disturbing, shocking and much more. Barring the intense and hardcore images, the movie will leave you with some in-depth thoughts.

If artsy films with subliminal messages and symbolism aren’t really your bag you definitely won’t get or enjoy this film, but if you’re into art movies and are looking for something with more depth and more than meets the eye, then you’ll find Antichrist a possible treat.