7º – Naked Lunch (David Cronenberg, 1991)Strange in all its ways, the film works in its plot with the trajectory of an exterminator of insects who gets involved, by mere chance, in a great conspiracy that can cost his life. ‘Naked Lunch’ is the most peculiar work of David Cronenberg’s already unique cinema, nourishing positive and negative points, certainly worth watching.
6º – Hereditary (Ari Aster, 2018)After the death of her elderly mother and in a fragile situation of an illness, a woman, married and with two teenage children, begins to see the figure of her sad and disturbing past begin to surface again, making her life enter an inexorable self-destructive routine. A masterpiece of horror cinema and one of the greatest films ever conceived in the genre, ‘Hereditary’ is a cinema class. A film that leaves the viewer completely in love with what he or she is watching. Here, we won’t have the traditional “jump scares”, everything is built in a natural way, making our experience even more frightening. Of course, Toni Collette’s unparalleled performance in front of the protagonist is still worth highlighting.
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