The Academy Awards happened. Let’s have a moment of silence. Great, now let’s talk about a glaring Best Actress snub—Toni Collette in Hereditary. Writer-director Ari Aster’s first feature film is a skin-crawling horror flick that portrays the unsettling nature of familial bonds. Collette plays an overprotective mother who frequently hints at the strife between her own recently deceased mother. The more she uncovers about her family history, the more unhinged she becomes, possessing increasingly repulsive personas with each new act. Sure Glenn Close, Olivia Colman and all the other Best Actress nominees were great, but Collette repeatedly stabs herself in demonic fury for her art. We have to respect that.