Daniel Howat’s review published on Letterboxd:
Filled with dread and totally unsettling, Hereditary is an existential nightmare. It’s told with skill, taking its time as it builds its genuinely upsetting story. This movie is full of surprises and horrors, and it’ll be tough to shake off.
The atmosphere sets a chilling tone, but the movie rests fully on the shoulders of Toni Collette and Alex Wolff. These two are committed and brilliant, leaving everything they have on the screen.
Hereditary did it’s job well: I never want to see it again.