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Hereditary:

Written and directed by Ari Aster, Hereditary follows miniature artist Annie Graham (Toni Collette) and her husband Steve (Gabriel Byrne) who live in Utah with their 16-year-old son Peter (Alex Wolff) and daughter Charlie (Milly Shapiro). Shapiro (pictured bottom right), like Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo, suffers from cleidocranial dysplasia. “I really connected with Charlie because I wanted to take care of her,” Shapiro says. On the outside, “she’s like a turtle, because they always go inside to try and protect themselves. But on the inside, she’s like a snake, because she has a hidden darkness and is misunderstood.” Charlie is without doubt the creepiest character, before and after death.

 

Hostel:

Directed by Eli Roth, and produced in part by Quentin Tarantino, the film follows a group of college boys backpacking across Europe who are ensnared in a sadistic community that pays to torture tourists. There is a lot of nudity, and a lot of violence- as any movie that Tarantino is involved with.

 

The Babadook:

The Australian horror film, directed by Jennifer Kent, follows a single mother Amelia Vanek plagued with the death of her husband in a car accident who lives with her son Sam that serves as a living reminder of his death. Sam receives a book titled “The Babadook,” and each page is more invasive and threatening. He sees the Babadook in the house and tells his mother, but she’s so tired that she just wants him to leave her alone. The whole movie is exhausting- I was physically tired while watching it.

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