Caught up to Antichrist last night at the Toronto Film Fest. Everything you have heard about the movie is true. The film contains some amazing imagery. It takes it's time and allows you absorb all the surroundings and digest it’s motif which is presented by outstanding symbolism scattered throughout the film. It’s a slow descent into madness with a horrific pay off. A tad pretentious at times but there's allot to like about the movie. I’m not sure what it all meant but I don’t think I was meant to on the first viewing. William Dafoe was at the screening and he admitted to themes in the film he had yet to fully comprehend. It’s difficult viewing towards the end as it gets pretty visceral. Saying that, overall a great and challenging film. To think of a good example of another film with a similar feel and tone I would point to Andrzej Zulawski's Possession.