Scare yourself silly with the 7 best horror movies of 2022

Don’t say we didn’t warn you: the best horror movies of 2022 will haunt your nightmares.

barbaric

A woman goes to a small town for a job interview and rents a house to stay overnight. It turns out that the house has been booked twice, and a young man has already moved into it. The male guest isn’t a threat: there are scarier things to be afraid of in the house.

barbaric It is one of the most disturbing and horrifying horror movies released recently. Such as menAnd the He. She (2014) and The BabadookZach Cregger’s film takes a look at the nature of human fear and how trauma can destroy a person’s life – in particular, it serves as an eerie parable about what a messiah complex can lead to if you don’t get the proper treatment for it. The claustrophobic story will appeal to all those viewers wary of Airbnb rentals. Another reason to watch barbaric is to enjoy the performance of magician Bill Skarsgård, who plays the property’s other guest.

Pearl

In 1918, a young woman named Pearl lives on a farm with her parents, waiting for her husband to return from the front. Unfulfilled dreams of a magical life awaken uncontrollable cruelty in Pearl – so now she seeks revenge on everyone she hates.

Pearl It is a prequel to the retro Ti West slasher Xset in the 1970s, that captivated viewers with its old-school aesthetics and stylish references to boogie nights. Prequel is no less exciting than X It tells the dramatic story of a farm owner played by Mia Goth (in the original film, she portrays an aging Pearl and her younger surrogate, Maxine). Pearl is the heart-wrenching story of a failed actress living in isolation with her family who neither love nor support her–and her attempt to escape the drudgery and despair that lead to bloody consequences. The character has been dubbed after the female (and more violent) version of the Joker. In terms of its style, Ti West’s movie is a retro slasher thriller and an original re-imagining The Wizard of Oz With many references to sociological patient. It is one of the best horror movies of the year and is sure to surprise you.

smiling

Psychiatrist Dr. Rose Cotter is haunted by a demon she had “contracted” from one of her patients – a grinning monster that forces people to kill themselves. Now, Rose must face her disturbing past to break the curse.

smiling It is the first work of director Parker Finn and one of the highest grossing horror films of 2022. Mirror And the the ringThis movie is very exciting and scary, with some scenes that you will want to forget once you see them. Despite the abundance of jump scare moments and graphic content, smiling It delivers an important message that we need to take care of our mental health and support our loved ones when they are going through difficult times. smilingThe disturbing, almost unbearable atmosphere and dark detective plot line will keep you captivated until the very last scene – if you dare to watch it to the end.

Foreman

An aspiring actress, Julia, moves with her husband to Bucharest, where she finds her pursued by a stranger. No one believes Julia, thinking that the actress’s imagination is deceiving her, but the woman grows increasingly frightened.

The Sundance horror film explores stalking as one of women’s greatest fears. Chloe Okono Foreman is an unnerving, suspenseful thriller that presents the character’s anxiety to viewers, causing them to constantly look over their shoulder, waiting for an unseen threat to strike them. Maika Monroe’s character is being watched by a mysterious stranger who follows her every move — which is weird and disturbing, even though it’s something that happens to many women every single day. In this regard, Foreman It has much more significance than any standard horror movie about monsters and ghosts. As the character’s suffocating fear blurs the line between reality and phobia, the audience remains perplexed and captivated by the story until its violent climax.

Do not speak any evil

A Danish family is on vacation in Italy, where they meet a cute Dutch couple. After a while, the new friends invite them for a weekend getaway, but their sweet reunion turns into a nightmare as Danes tries to stay polite in the face of horrific misunderstandings.

Do not speak any evil Another must-see horror movie from Sundance. The Scandinavian psychological thriller is terribly disturbing and relevant in today’s society because it checks for excessive patience and politeness that don’t lead to anything good. There are no monsters or mystics in the film, no life-threatening aliens or demons – just plain passive aggression and sadism. While the feeling of horror and violence builds up with each scene, the finale brings another disturbing plot twist that turns the entire story on its head. Christian Tavdrup’s Two Bottoms is one of those pictures that leaves your psyche troubled and broken for a while after watching it.

Bed rest

Julie, who once lost her child, becomes pregnant again. She and her husband move into a new home, where she begins to suspect supernatural forces that, as Julie believes, may be harming her child.

New psychological horror movie starring Scream star Melissa Barrera, perfect for those who always close their eyes during scary (or not-so-scary) scenes or are simply tired of predictable horror plots. in a Bed restMonsters are ghosts of the past and post-traumatic stress disorder that the main character suffers from due to the loss of her child. The film is based on real psychological conditions, such as postpartum depression and bereavement, which are viewed from the perspective of the supernatural horror genre. Bed rest is a very personal and accurate horror story that shows what can happen to a woman left alone with her disturbing trauma.

men

After her husband’s tragic death, Harper fled London to recuperate in a country scene. In the idyllic English countryside, a woman begins to be pursued by men with identical faces.

A24 topped the lists of the best horror films of 2022, winning critical acclaim from critics, viewers, and the cinematic media. The psychological horror film from director Alex Garland resonates observer —but it shows far more symbolism and anxiety than Chloe Okono’s production. It explores the same common theme of women being stalked and feeling insecure because of their partners’ control disguised as affection and care. men He uses metaphors that anyone can understand (such as the mask of Marilyn Monroe) to unleash fears that may trigger uncomfortable memories in some viewers. Overall, it’s a very emotional and really scary story that you might find hard to watch.


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