'Hereditary,' an acclaimed new horror movie, has absolutely terrified a few great directors

Business Insider | 6/10/2018 | IndieWire
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"Hereditary," an acclaimed new horror movie from A24, has a few great filmmakers shook.

Barry Jenkins, the Oscar-winning director of "Moonlight," called "Hereditary" a "violation of my emotional stability" on Twitter Friday.

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Ari Aster's "Hereditary" is now playing in theaters nationwide, which means movie lovers can finally see what all the buzz is about regarding his feature directorial debut. The title has been impressing critics ever since the Sundance Film Festival in January, where it earned universal acclaim and cemented a spot in the horror hall of fame. Film critics are terrified by "Hereditary," and it turns out some of our favorite filmmakers are just as scared.

"Discerning horror fans must check out 'Hereditary,' the debut from Ari Aster," Edgar Wright tweeted about the film. "A beautifully shot and performed supernatural thriller that builds to some shocking sequences. I actually said 'Jesus Christ' aloud...
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