All horror films that have been released (or are expected to be released) in 2022 are included on this list, regardless of whether they were only available through foreign theatres or went straight to video. We used the date when a movie opened to the general public, including domestic video or foreign theatrical releases, released a few days or even more in advance of the household (U.S./Canada) theatrical release. All movies with a 2022 release date on their initial release date are included. Most reasonable people with mediocrely healthy hearts shouldn’t binge-watch horror. Typically, after watching it once, you’ll take a break (and perhaps even seek counselling) before watching it again. But with such intermittent watching, one must first be aware of the spooky foods to avoid. Any of the options above are a sure bet.



The 2019 American psychological horror movie Escape Room[4] was written and directed by Bragi F. Schut and Maria Melnik. Taylor Russell, Logan Miller, Deborah Ann Woll, Tyler Labine, Nik Dodani, Jay Ellis, and Yorick van Wageningen are among the movie’s cast members, which centres on a group of individuals tasked with escaping a series of dangerous escape rooms. The movie’s production started in August 2017 under the working title The Maze, and casting began. From late 2017 to January 2018, South Africa served as the location for filming. One of the best terrifying movies on Netflix Canada, this claustrophobic horror film was a genuine sleeper smash ($155 million in revenue against a $9 million production budget). Deborah Ann Woll of True Blood and rising sensation Taylor Russell are among the six strangers who are drawn into a series of deadly games and must rely on their wits and a little luck to live.


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Aneesh Chaganty and Sev Ohanian are the writers and directors of the 2020 American psychological thriller movie Run. In the movie, Kiera Allen plays Chloe Sherman, a disadvantaged kid who is homeschooled and starts to think if her mother, Diane (Sarah Paulson), is hiding something concerning her upbringing. In October 2018, Paulson and Allen were cast in the movie, which had been announced in June of that year. Principal photography also took place around that time, with most shots in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The sophomore film from Searching’s writer-director Aneesh Chaganty, which veers between tense thriller and campy horror, draws inspiration from Rear Window and Misery to present one of the terrifying mother-daughter relationships in recent memory. Chloe, a girl in a wheelchair, is homeschooled by her devoted but controlling mother, Diane (Keira Allen, in an outstanding debut) (Sarah Paulson). But after taking a quick look at Diane’s medication, Chloe realises that her mother might be hiding something evil.



Based on Dennis Lehane’s 2003 novel of the same name, Shutter Island is a 2010 American neo-noir psychological thriller film[4] that was directed by Martin Scorsese and written by Laeta Kalogridis. A psychiatric facility on Shutter Island is being looked into by Deputy U.S. Marshal Edward “Teddy” Daniels, played by Leonardo DiCaprio when one of the patients goes missing. Ben Kingsley is the facility’s chief psychiatrist, Max von Sydow is a German doctor, and Michelle Williams plays Daniels’ wife. Mark Ruffalo plays his partner and another deputy marshal. The movie debuted on February 19, 2010, earned $299 million worldwide and garnered largely favourable reviews from reviewers. National Board of Review also named it one of the top ten movies of 2010. Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio’s third collaboration combines aspects of Hitchcock, Kubrick, and 1940s B-movies with Dennis Lehane’s 2003 pulp thriller. U.S. Marshals Teddy Daniels and Chuck Aule (Mark Ruffalo) visited Boston Harbor’s Ashecliffe Hospital in 1954.



Brightburn is a superhero horror film with American actors, produced by James Gunn and Kenneth Huang, and written by Mark and Brian Gunn. David Yarovesky also directed it. Brandon Breyer, a young extraterrestrial child reared on Earth who learns he has talents, is the story’s main character. Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson A. Dunn, Matt Jones, and Meredith Hagner play Brandon Breyer. Brandon abandons his humanity and turns evil after they are found and activated by his starship, preferring to terrorise his hometown—including his parents—to gratify his wicked cravings. What if Superman had ulterior motives? The vicious Brightburn follows the Kal-El tale. The Kansas farm of Tori and Kyle (Elizabeth Banks and David Denman), a childless couple, is the scene of a spacecraft carrying a child crashing. The parents discover that Brandon has superpowers twelve years later. He is more interested in destroying humanity than assisting it, though his parents are shocked by this.

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