Hereditary by Ari Aster has become a cult film for all moviegoers and marked a before and after in the history of the genre.
The film shows a complicated family, condemned by a demon named Paimon, who is looking for a body that allows him to develop his full potential. Many new productions are imitating Aster’s directing formula, generating good impressions.
On this note, we bring you 5 must-see horror movies if you liked Hereditary.
A daughter, a mother, and a grandmother are plagued by a type of dementia that is consuming the family. The address is Natalie Erika James.
An American couple who are not going through their best moments goes with friends to Midsommar. A summer festival held every 90 years in a remote village in Sweden. What starts out as a dream vacation in a place where the sun never sets gradually turns into a dark nightmare when mysterious villagers invite you to join in their disturbing holiday activities.
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3- The Dark and the Wicked
Follow in the footsteps of two brothers who return to their family farm to await the inevitable death of their father. What at first seems to be an ancient ritual related to lose and the memory ends up becoming something very different.
4- A Dark Song
Sophia has rented a house in the middle of nowhere. And you have paid extra money so they don’t ask you questions. Her only company will be Michael Solomon, an occultist who must help Sophia fulfill her deepest desire: to perform a long and strenuous ritual to be able to contact her late son. The problem is that Sophia has not been entirely frank with Michael.
5- The Witch
New England, 1630. A Christian settler couple with five children lives near a forest that, according to popular belief, is dominated by evil. When the newborn child disappears and the crops fail to grow. The family members rebel against each other: a supernatural evil stalks them in the nearby forest.
6- The Babadook
Six years after the violent death of her husband, Amelia (Essie Davis) has not yet recovered, but she has to educate Samuel (Noah Wiseman), her six-year-old son, who lives in terror of a monster that appears to him in dreams and threatens to kill them. When a haunting storybook called “The Babadook” appears at his home, Samuel comes to the conviction that the Babadook is the creature he has been dreaming of. Then his hallucinations become uncontrollable and his behavior unpredictable and violent. Amelia, increasingly frightened, is forced to medicate him. But suddenly she begins to feel a sinister presence around her that leads her to think that her son’s fears might be real.