Hereditary

Film Review: Hereditary (USA, 2018) is the dictionary definition of horror

June 10, 2018

When light finally filled the theatre at Austin’s Alamo Drafthouse Cinema I could see that the older man sitting next to me was visibly shaken. In fact, I could see many people who looked like they were in desperate need of a good, long hug and maybe a bathtub full of bright yellow rubber ducks […]

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Interview: Ari Aster, Alex Wolff and Milly Shapiro on the making of Hereditary

May 28, 2018

Just about every horror movie leading up to release is dubbed “scariest. ever” because that’s the way hype works. “Scary” is what pulls us into horror movies and often creates unfair expectations which leave us – especially horror buffs – bitterly disappointed. As someone who is fairly well-versed in horror and finds something to love […]

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Win a double pass to see Hereditary starring Toni Collette in Australian cinemas

May 21, 2018

Starring Australia’s own Toni Collette in a role critics are calling her best ever, Hereditary is a soul-shaking horror the likes of which has not been seen in years. Eagerly awaited (and already celebrated) by genre fans, critically acclaimed, and starring a pedigree cast, Hereditary is set to become the new cult horror classic of this […]

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SXSW First Impressions: Hereditary (USA, 2018) is as close to evil as a horror movie has ever been

March 14, 2018

When light finally filled the theatre at Austin’s Alamo Drafthouse Cinema I could see that the older man sitting next to me was visibly shaken. In fact, I could see many people who looked like they were in desperate need of a good, long hug and maybe a bathtub full of bright yellow rubber ducks […]

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8 Films Not To Miss at SXSW 2018

February 28, 2018

Everyone from Bill Murray to Spike Lee and Wes Anderson will be represented as SXSW rolls around for its 2018 edition next week. The film and television section of the world renowned showcase festival is entering its big 25th anniversary this year, with what looks to be one of its most diverse programs to date, with […]

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