10 best horror movies of 2022

Horror as a genre has been a hit with a mutitude of people, who love to flock to the theatres to get the chills. Here is our take on the best horror movies of 2022, taking into consideration all movies released worldwide irrespective of language or region.

#1 The Innocents

The Innocents (De uskyldige) is a 2021 Norwegian supernatural thriller film written and directed by Eskil Vogt. In July 2021, the film premiered at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, in the Un Certain Regard section.

During the bright Nordic summer, a group of children reveal their dark and mysterious powers with unaware adults thrown into the midst. Really one of the best horro movies of the year.

Starring: Rakel Lenora FløttumAlva Brynsmo RamstadSam AshrafMina Yasmin Bremseth Asheim

#2 Hellbender

A simple duo of mother and daughter spend their time making music and leading a life in the woods. With the teens sudden encounter with a fellow boy resulting in the girl finding out a connection beween witchcraft and her family, thus causing issues with her mother.

Starring: Zelda AdamsToby PoserLulu AdamsJohn Adams

#3 ‘X’

An eldery couple in rural Texas, play hosts to a group of young actors who are out to make an adult film. When the elderly couple catches the young list in the act, the young adults find themselves in dangers beyound their wildest imagination with them fighting for survival.

fight for their lives.

Starring: Mia GothJenna OrtegaMartin HendersonBrittany Snow

#4 You won’t be alone

The film is set in the 19th century in an isolated moutain village of Macedonia, where an ancient spirit kidnaps a young girl and completely changes her into a witch. Having never been human, her curiosity is ignited when she accidentaly kills a local peasant and then takes its shape. As she lives on in this peasant skin, she weilds her powers in horrific ways whilst trying to understand how to be human.

understand what it means to be human.

Starring: Noomi RapaceAnamaria MarincaAlice EnglertCarloto Cotta

#5 Hatching

In HATCHING, Tinja (Siiri Solalinna), a 12-year-old gymnast, tries her hardest to win over her image-obsessed mother, whose well-known blog ‘Lovely Everyday Life’ portrays their idyllic lives as trimmed suburban perfection. Tinja brings the weird egg of an injured bird she found in the woods home, nestles it there, and cares for it until it hatches one day.

The creature that appears becomes both her best friend and her worst nightmare, thrusting Tinja behind the perfect exterior into a perverse world that her mother will not acknowledge.

Starring: Siiri SolalinnaSophia HeikkiläJani VolanenOiva Ollila

#6 We’re all going to the world’s fair

Amid glow-in-the-dark stars and posters that glow in the dark, teenage Casey (Anna Cobb, making her feature film debut), scrolls the internet by herself in her attic bedroom late one chilly night somewhere in the United States. Finally, she has made up her mind to accept the uncertainty that the World’s Fair Challenge, an online role-playing horror game, provides. After the initiation, she records any changes that may or may not be taking place, adding her stories to the collection of web videos that are made public.

A mysterious individual contacts her and claims to have noticed something exceptional in her uploads as she starts to lose herself in the space between dream and reality.

Starring: Anna CobbMichael J. Rogers

#7 The Sadness

Taipei explodes into gory anarchy as regular people are compelled to do the most heinous and horrifying acts they can think of. The first acts were mutilation, torture, and murder. As they attempt to reunite amidst the violence and depravity, a young couple is tested to the breaking point of sanity. The era of decorum and law has passed.

Starring: Regina LeiTzu-Chiang WangBerant ZhuYing-Ru Chen

#8 You are not my mother

It’s the week prior to Halloween. Angela, Char’s confined-to-her-bed mother, has enigmatically vanished. Her abandoned car, which is still sitting in the midst of a field, is all that is left. The following evening, when Angela mysteriously makes her way back to their North Dublin mansion, Char and her grandma Rita realise that something is wrong. Angela may still have the same appearance and voice, but she has changed in a horrifying way, as if a dark power has taken her place.

In order to find the truth about her mother’s absence and save her, even if it means maybe losing her forever, Char must explore the dark mysteries of her family as Halloween, a night steeped in ancient Irish myth and tradition, draws closer.

Starring: Jade JordanCarolyn BrackenHazel DoupePaul Reid

#9 Watcher

As the title suggests, there is a stalker thrown in with a serial killer that is terrifying the city, when a young actress who just moved to town with her boyfriend notices the stalker watching her from across the street.

Starring: Maika MonroeKarl GlusmanBurn GormanTudor Petrut

#10 The black phone

A cruel killer kidnaps Finney, a shy but intelligent 13-year-old boy, and imprisons him in a soundproof cellar where crying is ineffective. Finney learns that he can hear the voices of the killer’s prior victims when a disconnected phone on the wall starts to ring. And they are determined to prevent Finney from experiencing what they did.

Starring: Ethan HawkeMason ThamesMadeleine McGrawJeremy Davies

And this is our take on the 10 best horror movies of 2022, comment, share and like our article.

Read more on entertainment by clicking here.