Films by Studio A24, Horror to Drama genres

Studio A24 is an independent American entertainment company. Founded in 2012, this studio has produced many films that have captivated many audiences. Studio A24 is famous for its horror films, two of the most famous of which are Hereditary which was released in 2018 and Midsommar in 2019.

Both films were directed by Ari Aster. In addition to these two horror films, studio A24 also has many films of various genres that you deserve to watch! Come on, look at the recommendations.

1. Lady Bird (2017)

Lady Bird is a coming-of-age film. Tells the story of a teenager named Christine (Saorise Ronan) who is often called Lady Bird, and her mother, Marion (Laurie Metcalf), who, like any mother-daughter relationship in general, is not harmonious. Both have the same dominant trait, namely stubbornness. Christine, who is almost graduating from high school, wants to go to college out of town and leave Sacramento, the small town where she lives. Meanwhile her mother insisted that Christine should stay in college in the city.

Starring Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf, this film depicts the mother-daughter relationship and the inner struggles of a teenager so it is suitable for those of you who like drama genre films that seem to be able to relate to everyday life.

2. The Witch (2015)

William (Ralph Ineson), Katherine (Kate Dickie), and their children live in a small hut near the forest far from settlements after being expelled from the Puritans (a name for pious people who shun pleasure and luxury because it is considered a sin). The conflict begins when their son, Samuel, disappears while playing with their eldest daughter, Thomasin (Anya Taylor-Joy). William and Katherine blame Thomasin for Samuel’s disappearance. Strange and strange events that are difficult to digest other common sense began to befall this family and began to test their faith as people who are very obedient to God.

Set in the 1600s, coupled with horrific and gripping scenes and backsounds, The Witch is suitable for those of you who want to experience a different sensation in watching horror films.

3. Everything, Everywhere, All At Once (2022)

Evelyn Wang (Michelle Yeoh), an American-Chinese woman, is experiencing a complicated life problem. Her laundry business is being audited by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), her husband, Waymond (Ke Huy Quan), is suing for divorce from her and daughter, Joy (Stephanie Hsu), seeking her blessing to have a relationship with her boyfriend. Evelyn’s ordinary life suddenly changes drastically when one day the alpha figure who controls Waymond’s body appears and warns Evelyn that an evil figure is trying to destroy the multiverse and Evelyn is the only one who can help.

Starring renowned actress Michelle Yeoh, this film promises an exciting fantasy adventure that’s guaranteed to wow the audience!

4. Minari (2020)

Minari is about a Korean-American family who moves to Arkansas. However, their life in Arkansas was not so good. These families have to try to adapt to the new environment and culture, not to mention the stereotypes that society has of immigrant families. Intrigue and other conflicts arise along with the presence of the grandmother who is rude but loving.

Set in the 1980s, Minari depicts the struggles of first-generation immigrant families. This film will also present the story of the true meaning of a ‘home’ in a warm and touching way. Suitable to watch with family.

5. Ex Machina (2014)

Predictably from the title, this film will tell about Artificial Intelligence or AI. It starts with Caleb Smith (Domnhall Gleeson), a programmer who wins a lottery to spend a week with his company’s CEO, Nathan (Oscar Isaac). Caleb is brought to visit and stay at Nathan’s house. Nathan’s house is a smart house full of top secret technology.

Nathan also introduces Caleb to one of his creations, an AI robot he named Ava (Alicia Vikander). He also asked Caleb to test whether his robot had good intelligence. The more Caleb spends with Ava, the two of them unexpectedly show an interest in each other.