Everyone agrees that it's preferable to watch Barbarian without any prior knowledge of it. I'm not sure if that is necessarily the case, but the story is absurd anyway.

Bodies Bodies Bodies

Playing Bodies, Bodies, Bodies is desired. No one would want to with this cast of people, as you'll learn in this chaotic horror romp. 

Bones and All

It's hardly surprising that Bones and All is, at its core, a love story because director Luca Guadagnino has a distinctive taste when it comes to romance.

Crimes of the Future

Crimes of the Future, which shares its title with one of David Cronenberg's first films but is a beast of its own from its devastating start to its interesting finish, is a movie that further demonstrates why he is the undisputed King of body horror.


Deadstream, from Joseph and Vanessa Winter, is unquestionably the best feature directorial debut of 2022.


A wonderful tale of a cannibal and the victims he keeps in his basement is Mimi Cave's directorial debut.


The movie Glorious, which is being directed by Dr. Rebekah McKendry, offers one of the most intriguing ideas this year. What if you came into a Lovecraftian Elder God in an unexpected location?


Hatching, a body-horror-infused horror film from Finland, uses the familiar doppelgänger plot device to address repressed feelings, familial expectations, and the need to appear flawless on social media.


By presenting the new titular creature, Hellbender performs a fantastic job of modernising witchcraft lore. A Hellbender, a hybrid of a witch and a demon, draws power from both innate powers and exact rituals.