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Agreed. I'm all for realism but my expectations are lessened for horror movies. There have been many non-horror movies that I felt were ruined because of a lack of realism though so I understand where the other poster is coming from.
My friends and I developed a drinking game called "nope". When watching a movie and something that would never happen in real life happens, first one to say "nope" forces all of the others to drink.

Hint: you can trash a room full of people with the last 20 minutes of "The Meg" laugh out loud
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Hereditary was amazing.
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I thought hereditary was good well plotted, then I found out about the 72 demons and of course the most loyal to Lucifer and it's all real not made up. Couldn't sleep well for a few days no joke.
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Unpopular opinion incoming.

Heriditary was pure rubbish.
I agree. I waited a while to see it at the theater when it came out, and I was going to skip it until I saw so many rave reviews posted. I went in expecting this awesome masterpiece and I found a very bizarre, slow and boring story. I thought The Witch was so much better. So many things in Hereditary felt so contrived like (IIRC) not paying attention to the food to get the daughter to have an allergy so the boy could drive like a maniac and decapitate the daughter against a telephone pole while she was sticking her head out the window for some reason. Stuff like that is so far fetched and illogical I couldn't ever come up with it by accident. It would be interesting to research how many people in world history have actually been decapitated by telephone poles by sticking their head out the car window. My guess is it would be 0.

It's debatable if I want to own Hereditary even at $5 on Bluray. While it's not unwatchable, I didn't enjoy it. I felt the same with Midsommar... another predictable and boring movie copied from The Wicker Man. It was one of the rare times being in the back of the theater with nobody behind me that I used my cell phone during the first boring 20-30 minutes until they arrived at Loserville (or whatever it was called). I was especially repulsed by the graphic nudity of putridly ugly people during the orgy scene which went on way too long. Neither of these movies gave me any nightmares or scared me due to any substance. The scariest part of Midsommar was the old naked ladies in the orgy scene. I had to avert my eyes. It seemed like both of these movies were made for shock value. To quote Bart Simpson when he saw Patty and Selma naked by accident, he shuddered and said "disturbing". That's what I think about Midsommar, another movie which people raved about. I wonder if all these people who love these movies are real or if they are the same bots that pump up Amazon and IMDB ratings on various movies to the point I don't feel like I can trust user ratings any more. I often see movies I love with bad reviews and movies I hate with great reviews. I'm used to being a contrarian.

Back on subject, at least it's nice that Best Buy still has some physical Blurays on sale for $5 now and then, even if I already have the ones I want and don't want the others. I'm tired of seeing endless $5-$10 digital deals.
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The family never had the chance. The nuts, the pole post we're inevitable. Paimon and Joan we're always in control.
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I agree. I waited a while to see it at the theater when it came out, and I was going to skip it until I saw so many rave reviews posted. I went in expecting this awesome masterpiece and I found a very bizarre, slow and boring story. I thought The Witch was so much better. So many things in Hereditary felt so contrived like (IIRC) not paying attention to the food to get the daughter to have an allergy so the boy could drive like a maniac and decapitate the daughter against a telephone pole while she was sticking her head out the window for some reason. Stuff like that is so far fetched and illogical I couldn't ever come up with it by accident. It would be interesting to research how many people in world history have actually been decapitated by telephone poles by sticking their head out the car window. My guess is it would be 0.

It's debatable if I want to own Hereditary even at $5 on Bluray. While it's not unwatchable, I didn't enjoy it. I felt the same with Midsommar... another predictable and boring movie copied from The Wicker Man. It was one of the rare times being in the back of the theater with nobody behind me that I used my cell phone during the first boring 20-30 minutes until they arrived at Loserville (or whatever it was called). I was especially repulsed by the graphic nudity of putridly ugly people during the orgy scene which went on way too long. Neither of these movies gave me any nightmares or scared me due to any substance. The scariest part of Midsommar was the old naked ladies in the orgy scene. I had to avert my eyes. It seemed like both of these movies were made for shock value. To quote Bart Simpson when he saw Patty and Selma naked by accident, he shuddered and said "disturbing". That's what I think about Midsommar, another movie which people raved about. I wonder if all these people who love these movies are real or if they are the same bots that pump up Amazon and IMDB ratings on various movies to the point I don't feel like I can trust user ratings any more. I often see movies I love with bad reviews and movies I hate with great reviews. I'm used to being a contrarian.

Back on subject, at least it's nice that Best Buy still has some physical Blurays on sale for $5 now and then, even if I already have the ones I want and don't want the others. I'm tired of seeing endless $5-$10 digital deals.
Agree about Witch being miles better too!
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Hereditary is one of those rare films: critically-acclaimed, but panned by audiences. It's a slow-burn thriller/horror movie. I saw it in the theater and was deeply disturbed by what I've just witnessed. I looked for the nearest Christian church when I left the parking lot.
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Hereditary is one of those rare films: critically-acclaimed, but panned by audiences. It's a slow-burn thriller/horror movie. I saw it in the theater and was deeply disturbed by what I've just witnessed. I looked for the nearest Christian church when I left the parking lot.
It's interesting how some people say Hereditary (or Midsommar) disturbed them. As I said earlier, apart from the memories of the yucky naked people in Midsommar I would like to be able to un-see, neither movie had any long term lasting effects on me. Thankfully over time my memory gets fuzzy and details disappear. I think the reason neither affected me is because the characters behaved so illogically, things were so predictable, and many events that happened were so unbelievable to me that I couldn't take any of it seriously.

There are some similarities to the Final Destination and Saw series in that it's not hard to predict who will live and die (in Midsommar especially), but I didn't know how each would die or when exactly. When I watch Final Destination or Saw movies, it's basically to see how ridiculously people die and I don't care much about the thin plot. In both those series, I frequently laughed at how ridiculous the deaths were, but I found both Final Destination and Saw movies vastly superior to Hereditary and Midsommar. I probably chuckled a few times in Hereditary and Midsommar due to its silliness. Another much better horror movie comes to mind too: The Nun.

I almost never walk out of movies, and I've seen some pretty horrible ones. Some movies (such as John Wick 3 or Gemini Man) I didn't want to end. In the case of Hereditary and Midsommar, I was very happy when they were over. My thoughts at the end of both were "what a waste of money to make a movie like that, but I guess enough people will like it they'll make plenty of money". At the end of most movies, I also think to myself "I'm sure glad I don't know any people like the characters in this movie in real life". Movies are a way I can safely witness how weird people behave. I've never been to New York (Manhattan) but I feel like I have because practically every rom-com is set there.
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Hereditary was interesting and I own it. Other than that I don't see a movie I would like to own from this list. ET is ❤️. Hecksaw Ridge is plain 🗑
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Saw all of these in a bin at walmart yesterday for $5 also.
I find it funny someone downvoted your comment. Your comment helps the thread. Many of these titles plus other titles have been added to Wal-Mart $5 bin. Thanks for your comment.
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I find it funny someone downvoted your comment. Your comment helps the thread. Many of these titles plus other titles have been added to Wal-Mart $5 bin. Thanks for your comment.
Yeah. I thought that too, i saw every one of these titles in the Walmart bin, but w/e. There's always some negative Nancy in the group.
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Hereditary kept you at the very edge of your seat and was very thought provoking and down right disturbing, definitely one of those movies that rests on your conscience and even going as far as to tell you that you need to seek and accept Jesus Christ as your lord and savior.........Ari Aster definitely did disappoint with this one , I highly highly recommend it for horror/thriller movie lovers.
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