Scream

Scream 2022's January 15 release was a good beginning for the 2022 horror film slate.

Fresh

The appropriately called Fresh was another of the year's top horror films. When Fresh debuted on Hulu in March, horror movie fans had a pleasant surprise.

X (And Pearl)

The X prequel from director Ti West The follow-up to X, one of the top horror films of 2022, is Pearl. An unexpectedly poignant and profound examination on ageing and how society rejects the elderly as they approach their golden years

Slash/Back

Audiences are clamouring for good sci-fi horror, as seen by the rave reviews for Predator's prequel Prey.

Scream

The A24 film Men is probably the most contentious 2022 horror film, and for good reason. Men is the ambitiously weirdest film that director Alex Garland has yet to make. It is a bloody, frightening, and sometimes confusing endeavour.

The Black Phone

The Black Phone is an exercise in effective simplicity and is based on the short story of the same name by author Joe Hill. Initially, this raised worries from people who thought the narrative's condensed form wouldn't work well as a feature-length movie.

Nope

Despite this excellent background, Jordan Peele's first two horror films were not only instantly regarded as classics of the genre but also received critical acclaim.

Halloween End

In the third and final instalment of David Gordon Green's Halloween trilogy, Halloween Ends, Michael Myers finally receives his.

Terrifier 2

Terrifier 2 by Damien Leone, a sleeper success that caused spectators to pass out and throw up in theatres upon debut, is undoubtedly one of the best horror films of the year.

The Mean One

Everybody enjoys a good holiday-themed horror film, and The Mean One didn't let them down.