Grandparents can be a blessing. Or a literal curse.
Our new movie Hereditary opens with Annie Graham, played by a next-level Toni Collette, laying her mother to rest. Leigh Graham was a complicated woman, to say the least, and a conduit of pure evil who cursed her surviving family, to say the most.
In addition to being scary as hell, Hereditary is changing the conversation around grandparents. As the progenitors of our bloodlines, what if grandparents are the hidden catalysts behind every bad thing in our lives? What if our collective personal demons are really just the fruits of seeds planted well before our time? Are all grandparents evil?
To answer these hard-hitting questions, we surveyed the A24 grandparents at large and scored them with decapitated pigeon heads. (Thanks, Charlie.)