13 Movies Like Midsommar (2019)

Dani Ardor, a student of psychology, suffers severe psychological damage as a result of the murder-suicide that her sister committed against their parents and herself by poisoning the air in their home with carbon monoxide. The incident places additional strain on Dani’s relationship with her boyfriend of four years, cultural anthropology student Christian Hughes, who has been growing increasingly distant from her.

She finds out that Christian, along with fellow students Mark and Josh, has been invited by their Swedish friend Pelle to attend a midsummer celebration at his ancestral commune, the Harga, in rural Halsingland. She finds out this information as the summer draws near. Josh, who is writing his thesis on European midsummer celebrations, considers this event to be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity because the festival only takes place once every 90 years.

Because Christian had planned to end his relationship with Dani before the tragedy that befell her family, they had not had a conversation about the trip. Following their heated discussion, he reluctantly extends the invitation to accompany them.

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1. The Wailing


A strange infection spreads throughout the small village of Gokseong, which is located in the mountains of South Korea after a man from Japan travels there. As a result, the residents of the village become psychotic and begin to brutally murder their families. Officers Oh Seong-bok and Jong-goo are talking about the Japanese stranger one night while they are working at the police station. Suddenly, a naked woman appears outside in the rain. They later learn that the infected woman…

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2. Rosemary's Baby (1968)


The stage actor Guy Woodhouse and his wife Rosemary move into the Bramford, a large Renaissance Revival apartment building in New York City. The Bramford was built in the early 20th century. They choose to ignore the warning that their friend Hutch gave them about the Bramford family's bloody history involving witchcraft and murder. Rosemary meets Terry Gionoffrio, a young man who is in the process of recovering from drug addiction and who has been taken in by the elderly…

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3. Hereditary


The miniature artist Annie Graham resides in their home with her psychiatrist husband Steve, their son Peter, who is 16 years old, and their daughter Charlie, who is 13 years old. Annie is taken aback by the large number of mourners who have gathered for the funeral of her private mother, Ellen, and she attends the service with her family. Annie goes to a support group for people who have lost a loved one and reveals that she and her…

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4. It Follows (2014)


Annie, a young woman, runs away from her home in fear, despite the fact that there is no obvious danger nearby. She gets in the car that belonged to her parents and drives to the beach, where she calls her father, and sobs while telling him that she adores him. It became clear by the time dawn arrived that she had been brutally put to death. After that, Jaime "Jay" Height plans a movie night out with her new boyfriend,…

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5. The Other (1972)


In the year 1935, a widow named Alexandra Perry and her two sons, Holland and Niles, who are identical twins, make their home on the family farm in Connecticut. The farm is managed by their uncle George, his wife Vee, and their obnoxious son Russell. Their grandmother Ada, who immigrated from Russia to the United States, lives in the neighborhood, and Niles and Ada have a very close relationship. Niles's ability to astrally project his mind into the bodies of…

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6. The Killing of a Sacred Deer


The accomplished open-heart surgery performed by Steven Murphy, a cardiothoracic surgeon in Cincinnati, is now complete. After that, he goes to a diner, where he winds up chatting with a young guy named Martin Lang. After that, he goes back to his house to be with his family, which consists of his wife Anna, their daughter Kimberly (also known as Kim), and their younger son Robert (Bob). Anna and Steven have sexual encounters while Anna acts as though she is…

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7. The Babadook


Amelia Vanek is a troubled and exhausted widow who lives in the city of Adelaide, Australia. She is the sole caretaker of her son Samuel, who is six years old, and has done so all by herself. Amelia was in the middle of giving birth when her late husband, Oskar, was involved in a fatal car accident that took place on the way to the hospital. Sam's behavior starts to become increasingly erratic; he develops a chronic case of insomnia…

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8. The Taking of Deborah Logan


Students Mia Medina, Gavin, and Luis, want to make a documentary about Deborah Logan, an elderly woman who suffers from Alzheimer's disease. The subject of their film will be Deborah Logan. Deborah starts to exhibit increasingly bizarre behaviors that her personal physician says are normal for someone with an aggressive form of Alzheimer's disease. These behaviors are being recorded by the film crew as Deborah goes about her daily life. Luis, the cameraman, begins to notice that her actions defy…

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9. The Lodge


Laura Hall takes her own life after learning from her estranged husband Richard that he intends to marry Grace Marshall, a woman he met while doing research for a book about a radical Christian sect. Richard and Grace met while Richard was writing the book. Grace was the only member of the cult to survive the attempt at suicide that was led by her father. The cult had raised her from childhood. The loss of Laura is a tragedy for…

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10. Frailty


Matthew McConaughey's character, Fenton Meiks, pays a visit to Powers Boothe's character, Wesley Doyle, of the FBI, and makes the accusation that his brother Adam is the one responsible for the "God's Hand" killings. Adam, according to Fenton, committed suicide, which prompted Fenton to keep his promise to bury his brother in a public rose garden in their hometown of Thurman, which is also the name of their hometown. He starts off by telling Doyle about the boys' childhood and…

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11. The Blackcoat's Daughter


When it was first made available to the public, The Blackcoat's Daughter did not receive the level of audience support that it deserved. Osgood Perkins, who played "Dorky David" in Legally Blonde, crafted a terrifying modern horror film that was shelved for a year and a half after it had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Blackcoat's Daughter was a film that was eventually picked up for joint distribution by A24 and DirecTV. However, during its rollout…

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12. Carrie (1976)


Carrie White, a shy teenager who is 16 years old and lives with her mother Margaret, who is fanatically religious and unstable, does not have many friends at school and is frequently bullied by her classmates. Carrie is taken aback when she experiences her first period while taking a shower at school because she has never been given any information regarding this process. Before Carrie's gym teacher, Miss Collins, steps in, her classmates ridicule her by throwing tampons at her…

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13. Creep


Aaron, a struggling videographer, agrees to take a job that will require him to travel to a remote cabin. There, he will meet his client, Josef. Josef reveals that he is suffering from an inoperable brain tumor and that it is anticipated that he will pass away before his pregnant wife Angela gives birth. As a result, he expresses his desire to have Aaron record a video diary for the benefit of his unborn child. Aaron becomes increasingly uneasy throughout…

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