We have barely passed the January slope and we already have the most "disturbing" horror movie of the year, according to USA Today.
It refers to 'Hereditary', the feature film of the young New York filmmaker Ari Aster, former student of the American Film Institute, whose level of terror is "to wet pants", as has been described by the cultural website TheVerge.
After his viewing at the Sundance film festival, critics have pointed out that "it is better not to see it if you want to sleep the next days", or "see it in group" so as not to end up as TheVerge predicts.
The film tells the story of Annie Graham, a married gallerist with two children who inherits her mother's house when she dies. Everything gets complicated when her youngest daughter begins to see ghostly figures, who also begin to appear before her brother.
'Hereditary' does not have a release date nor a distributor outside the United States, so we'll have to wait to experience such a chilling experience. But to please the lovers of this genre, we leave you the trailer that has silenced the specialists.