The best Horror film of 2022: Hell, Barbarian and more

The best movies of 2022 are still my favorite.

To be honest, 2022 was an excellent year for horror. The year is rewarding and utterly chaotic, as many fans have returned to haunt and excite us.

Even though 2023 is around the corner, it’s time to put up a list of the best of them. That’s what the best horror movies of 2022 are for, and sadly, there are many that were left clinging to our heads. Wait, did you watch it right? is a question I had to ask myself frequently when watching nearly all of these movies.

So, if you have missed out on these bizarre, but frightening titles, check out this list for a totally amazing end of the year!

Most Horror movies of 2022 are no longer in the particular order.


Isolation is a blond drug, but not as big of the time as teenage hormones and angst. The movie, directed, written and starring John Adams, Zelda Adams and Toby Poser is a treat. It leaves you thinking a “what-if?” question from your younger years.

Witchcraft is the central theme of this movie and the transformation of that into a reality for a young man whose isolated and lonely life is threatening when she meets other teenagers, and when she falls into a self-discovery trap, becomes a problem.

It’s brutal, eye-opening and very uncomfortable. Also, who does not like mothers-daughter’s music?

Watch the movie here.


The enormous success of this year, that left fans questioning their sanity for various reasons, Barbarian is a really chaotic ride, from start to finish. The movie’s weirdest revelation, making you more inconfident and extremely disgusted, takes its most disturbing twist, leaving us with a final girl that we hate to love.

The film stars Georgina Campbell, Bill Skarsgard and Justin Long and directed by Zach Cregger, and that’s all that we love. We don’t have to write a scripting script because the plot is simple. Especially the way that this film tells us exactly what the filmmaker says.

Does the movie always make sense? I really don’t want it. But hey, not an in-bred monstrosity with a mother complex.

You can watch that movie here.

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Bodies Bodies, starring Halina Reijn and in this biography of Kristen Roupenian, stars Amandla Stenberg, Maria Bakalova, Myhala Herrold, Chase Sui Wonders, Rachel Sennott, Lee Pace and Pete Davidson.

If you’re a bad holiday, this one isn’t as horrible and fckd up as the other movies in this list. However, it is not enough. With a movie dominated by annoying and entitled Gen Z-ers, who are quite well regarded here, it’s a lot of fun, with a huge twist.

In this story, 20-somethings take shelter at one of their homes during the hurricane’s attack, for a party game a little unimaginable with the occasional tragedy. The movie captures the essence of a bunch of entitled and vain adults perfectly and delivers a slasher which remains true to its name. That clock’s definitely fun and entertaining. This one never comes as soon as it leaves you in the mood.

Be careful!


The scary thing about the latest horror novel of the Jordan Peeles is that it’s not that strange alien lurks in the sky. Oh no, no. We can see incredible real-life flashbacks in the short of the universe when we explore a nuclear being.

The cinema will bring its astonishing video to you in the face of the horror of having a blood rain to you as you realize the world’s worst nightmare.

Watch this here.


The original horror story and the OG slasher have recovered for an extra round of fun, with a twist of excitement and excitement spanning the whole range of characters. The sequel, developed for the newer ages of the original series, is a more newer addition of the Scream franchise. In addition to the nostalgia, the new addition is more of an original story.

The film is directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, and written by James Vanderbilt and Guy Busick, with the stars of Melissa Barrera, Kyle Gallner, Mason Gooding, Mikey Madison, Dylan Minnette, Jenna Ortega, Jack Quaid, Jasmin Savoy Brown and Sonia Ammar. One who can get enough of it when it comes to movies that are from our childhood, is that the movie’s age. It starts with deception but ends with a smile and disbelief, as well as a blurry of tears by our besties.

Watch it here.


What shocking entry that I had to have been expecting. Smile reminds me of the Truth or Dare, and movies on that vein, but creepily better. In addition, horror flick did some great (and creepy) marketing that set the tone for this rather heartbreaking drama that drowns in blood and tears pretty quickly.

Is this really something supernatural or a combination of horrible trauma, is it for our protagonist? I think that you’re going to need to figure it out yourself. The film is written and directed by Parker Finn and was created in his 2020 short film, Laura Hasnt Slept. It stars Sosie Bacon, Jessie T. Usher, Kyle Gallner, Robin Weigert, Kal Penn and Rob Morgan.

Read the Barbarian Review, Graphic Horror Film, and Tell You A Write Your Spine.


A horror movie list is incomplete with a captured footage entry. This year, the title goes to Infinity, the “Taswani supernatural thriller” that was all right for the terrible thrill of a lazy night. Film, directed by Kevin Ko, is just a flurry of events at once.

The Netflix movie has a creepy atmosphere, a disturbing backstory and a great performance from everyone around the world. If you love to get in touch with your heart and want a dose of your despise and disturbing, Incantation is everything you need and more.

Sure there are some jumpscares. But there’s just something so embarrassing about Li Ronan, so he has to stay away for a long time.

Watch the film here.

We like to watch riches get what they deserve, especially when they get brutally murdered. Yes, yes, I know that all sounds pretty weird, but since the movie itself is somewhat popular, it’s just nice. Many brutal murders, shocking revelations, and a very odd escape from a horrible situation.

The black comedy horror movie was directed by Mark Mylod, written by Seth Reiss and Will Tracy. It stars the cast of an ensemble including Ralph Fiennes, Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult, Hong Chau, Janet McTeer, Reed Birney, Judith Light, and John Leguizamo.

Say nothing bad.

That’s not true for all of us. I mean, comedy and all of that’s fine, but can we speak No Evil from start to finish? It’s uncomfortable, fear-inducing and will make you cry at the screen, so as to leave our protagonists away. Don’t they?

The haunting atmosphere of the movie will drive you to keep watching what a twist stretches on your face for a second time. Plus, after watching this hilarious film, you could just have been out of the making of friends forever.

Watch this here.


The Slasher film X is written, directed and produced by Ti West and stars Mia Goth, Jenna Ortega, Martin Henderson, Brittany Snow, Owen Campbell, Stephen Ure and Scott Mescudi. Pornograph films aside, the movie, entirely from one direction to the next, is giving you a deceivation until the end of it.

Who knew that aging would take care of such issues as a shoulder pain? In either case, the movie is a love letter to the filmmaking in general and especially horror movies in particular. I was surprised by the atmospheric and haunting film that goes very fast by the slasher route, and then to the end: “Yet there was more blood, wentre and a lot of humor!”

Which one of these movies is your favorite?

Read the incidentation review, aka “Crire”