Great and new horror movies to share

I wonder what other amazing cinemas and streaming media services are available this year? Continue to scroll through the full list of the most anticipated horror movies of 2022 (so far) and what you can watch now.



One of the first horror films to be released in 2022 is Scream. The fifth part of the horror series takes place 25 years after the original horror movie, and a new Ghostface killer is discovered to hunt down victims associated with OG.A few members of the original cast are returning, such as Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette. But we will also see several new Woodsborough residents, played by Melissa Barrera, Mason Gooding, Dylan Minette, Jack Quaid, and Jenna Ortega.

Noa (played by Daisy Edgar Jones of Normal People) is tired of the status of dating applications. When charming Steve (played by Sebastian Stan of Gossip Girl) accosted her at the grocery store, she finally ushered in a lovely moment. Noah gave Steve her phone number, dated him, and quickly fell to the ground.The two then embarked on a romantic weekend trip - but when Noah found Steve's distorted appetite, the beautiful picture soon disappeared. "This is about giving, giving yourself to someone, and being a person forever. This is love," Steve said coldly in the trailer.A horrible but touching horror movie.

The perfect performance of Daisy Edgar Jones and Sebastian Stan starred in this nightmare of turning rom com into a cannibal. In 33 minutes, they wonderfully constructed a budding romance, and then released a sharp turn and an opening sequence of a dark horror movie. Stan has cheated as an illegal salesman, and he is a little overexerted about his latest human flesh source. Edgar Jones is a woman with high morale, trying to lead her to escape, while Lorraine Kahn's script avoids the choices that will make her protagonist look too gullible. "Fresh" will never lose momentum, even through a violent climax with bitter aftertaste.

The Cursed
This werewolf story in the early 1900s reintegrated the classic myth with some frightening new visions, and was criminally ignored due to the release of a drama opposite to the popular songs of milquetoast, such as "Dog" and "Mysterious Sea". Kelly Riley, the thief of the "Yellowstone" scene, changed a different equipment as the mother of a cursed son, while Boyd Holbrooke is solid as a werewolf hunter with a dark past. Directed stably by Sean Ellis, and using the beautiful, foggy French lens shot by 35mm, the "cursed" will surely gain audience on key streaming media services.A classical horror movie.

Matt Bettinelli Olpin and Tyler Gillett are the directors of the 2019 smart terror suspense Ready or Not, which revitalized the Scream series with a new chapter beyond expectations. Traditional characters (Courteney Cox, David Arquette and Neve Campbell) share screen time with sensitive young actors (including Melissa Barrera, Jenna Ortega and Jack Quaid). There are many twists and turns and red herring along the way. By reviewing some of the best notes in the series without relying too much on the past, the "scream" of meta design can keep a fresh sense and avoid potential pitfalls along the way.This is an imaginable horror movie.

This supernatural thriller directed by director Iris Shim is starred by Sandra Oh of Killing Eve and Five Stewart of Atypical. The two actresses play mother and daughter, who live a peaceful life on the farm. But then Wu's character Amanda received her mother's body from South Korea and was told that "as long as she stays in the box, her anger will grow."

Amanda's life was soon tortured by her mother's spirit, because her daughter questioned what other lies and secrets she had hidden. "Don't be your mother," the trailer warns.

Uma was produced by Sam Remy, the director of the first Spider Man trilogy.

As one of the most eye-catching directors in modern horror films, Ti West roared back to the big screen with his first horror movie since the Holy Rite in 2013, and it was worth waiting. In the mixed version of "Texas Chainsaw Massacre", a truck full of Ponographer (including Mia Goth, Jenna Ortega, Brittany Snow and Scott Mescudi) secretly filmed their next film in a conservative old couple's hotel. Blood and surprise came soon. Goth is the best in a cunning dual role. West's ability to control his materials and manipulate audience exceptions has created one of the most interesting amusement facilities this year.