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8 Great Horror Movies Still to Come in 2022

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For horror movie fans, 2022 is half over, or half begun depending on how you look at it. Usually, the latter part of the year is the best because we have spooky season yet to come. We thought we’d give you a heads-up of what’s ahead as far as horror movies go so you can earmark the dates.

Some of the bigger selections below were probably able to pay their actors handsomely, while others may have gotten scale. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t as good or better than their lux counterparts. We’ll leave it to you to make up your minds about them. After all, it’s your dollar.

American Carnage (July 15)

Politicized horror movies are likely to be making a comeback given recent happenings in America. American Carnage seems to be giving its own take on immigration in the United States. From its Purge-esque premise to the commentary on the elderly, this one looks just original and thrilling enough to take a closer look.

Storyline:

After a governor issues an executive order to arrest the children of undocumented immigrants, the newly detained youth are offered an opportunity to have their charges dropped by volunteering to provide care to the elderly.

The Invitation (August 26)

Be careful when you mail in your genealogy test. You could be related to some bloodthirsty relatives who want to invite you to a wedding. That’s the premise of this vampire tale reminiscent of Ready or Not.

Storyline:

After the death of her mother and having no other known relatives, Evie (Nathalie Emmanuel) takes a DNA test…and discovers a long-lost cousin she never knew she had. Invited by her newfound family to a lavish wedding in the English countryside, she’s at first seduced by the sexy aristocrat host but is soon thrust into a nightmare of survival as she uncovers twisted secrets in her family’s history and the unsettling intentions behind their sinful generosity.

 

Nope (July 22)

Things usually happen in threes. In the horror film world that can be a good thing or a really really bad thing. Jordan Peele knocked it out of the park with Get Out, but some say fumbled a bit on Us. Nope is his third attempt at horror and needless to say people are pretty intrigued. Is it an alien invasion movie or not? Whatever it is, we can expect some social commentary and probably a whole lotta feedback from the “woke police.”

Storyline:

The residents of a lonely gulch in inland California bear witness to an uncanny and chilling discovery.

Salem’s Lot (September 9) No trailer yet

Stephen King has probably never had a better horror movie glow-up than in the last decade. If you can name one of his books, it’s probably been made, or remade, into a movie over that time. Salem’s Lot has got to be one of his most popular novels and sure enough, another adaptation is coming to theaters in September. The first was a 70s television miniseries that scared the hell out of adults and kids across the country. Will this one do the same?

Storyline:

Ben Mears, a writer who spent part of his childhood in Jerusalem’s Lot, Maine, also known as ‘Salem’s Lot, has returned after twenty-five years to write a book about the long-abandoned Marsten House, where he had a bad experience as a child. He soon discovers that an ancient evil has also come to town and its turning the residents into vampires. He vows to stop the plague of undead and save the town.

Smile (September 30)

This movie seemingly came out of nowhere. But it has our attention thanks to a great trailer. It looks like we’re getting a new horror monster icon and it’s about time. This is the first feature-length movie from director Parker Finn. And dare we say that, by looking at this trailer, he’s one to watch for in the genre’s future.

Storyline:

After witnessing a bizarre, traumatic incident involving a patient, Dr. Rose Cotter (Sosie Bacon) starts experiencing frightening occurrences that she can’t explain. As an overwhelming terror begins taking over her life, Rose must confront her troubling past in order to survive and escape her horrifying new reality.

Halloween Ends (October 14) No trailer yet.

Well, what can we say about this one? This is probably the most anticipated horror movie of 2022. Still, the jury is out on how this reboot, retcon, or requel series is taking shape. Fans are completely divided on the concept and we’re sure any final thoughts when this wraps up are going to be as polarizing as a Rob Zombie film (ahem).

Storyline-ish:

The saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode comes to a spine-chilling climax in this final installment of the franchise.

Terrifier 2 (October 2022) No trailer yet

A collective “finally” was uttered by everyone who loved the original and heard the news that Terrifier 2 was finally coming out in October. The creepy antagonist Art the Clown has become a fan favorite in the universe of psycho clowns. Director Damien Leone has had a rough few years trying to get this movie put together, but it’s finally here and it has everyone guessing: how are they going to top that scene from the first one?

Storyline:

After being resurrected by a sinister entity, Art the Clown returns to the timid town of Miles County where he targets a teenage girl and her younger brother on Halloween night.

The Devil’s Light (October 28) No trailer yet

It’s safe to assume that with the Exorcist’s 50th anniversary coming up next year, we can expect an influx of possession movies. This one looks good on paper, but we are going to have to see a trailer or something in order decide.

Storyline:

According to real-life Vatican reports, occurrences of demonic possession have increased significantly in recent years. In response, the Catholic church has secretly reopened exorcism schools to train priests in the sacred rite. The Devil’s Light immerses you into the world of one of these schools; humanity’s last line of defense against the powers of everlasting evil. Jacqueline Byers (“Roadies,” “Salvation”) stars as Sister Ann, who devoutly believes that performing exorcisms is her calling, despite the fact that historically only priests – not sisters – are allowed to perform them. When one professor senses her special gift, allowing her to be the first nun to study and master the ritual, her own soul will be in danger as the demonic forces she battles reveal a mysterious connection to her traumatic past.

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Highest Ranking Ghost Movies of the Past 20 Years

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Two decades later and we finally get to make a substantial highest ranking ghost movie list. It might surprise some people that supernatural films are prevalent through the years, but ones that primarily feature ghosts or the influence of ghosts aren’t historically at the top.

This list contains the highest grossing ghost movies by the year starting in 2002. It’s compiled of movies where ghosts have a prominent role or they are a large part of the plot development. For instance, Harry Potter features ghosts, but they aren’t the main focus. Plus those movies are more fantasy than horror.

Data for this list was taken from Box Office Mojo based on overall gross worldwide.

The Ring (2002)

This is the J-Horror American crossover that started it all. Based on the popular Japanese film Ringu, this cursed videotape horror movie was laughed at when news broke that it was getting an American remake. Then, when people saw it, the positive word of mouth generated enough buzz that lines formed at the box office.

Ultimately this movie ranked 18 overall in the year 2002. Worldwide gross: $249,348,933

Gothika (2003)

This year wasn’t big on supernatural stuff unless you count Harry Potter in that category. If you don’t, you have to go pretty far down the list to get your ghost fix finding Gothika at number 48.

With the success of The Ring American filmmakers wanted to cash in on the supernatural mystery concept and Robert Zemeckis’ production company was the one to do it. Although not as horrific as The Ring, this one packed a powerful punch as we see Halle Barry as a psychologist who gets admitted as a patient in her own facility.

Secrets are revealed, twists are made and a perfect popcorn movie is one for the ages. Worldwide gross: $141,591,324

The Grudge (2004) American 20

Do you see a trend happening here? The Grudge was the second big-budget attempt at taking a Japanese ghost movie and turning it into an American one. This time around Sarah Michelle Geller plays the scream queen haunted by a curse. It’s another very creepy entry into the appropriated concept. People everywhere imitated Kayako’s ghostly vocal fry and hair washing was never the same.

This movie placed 20th overall in 2004 with a worldwide gross of $187,281,115

The Ring 2 (2005)

If it worked once it might work again. And it did! The Ring 2 was a surprisingly effective sequel to the American remake. Naomi Watts returns to her role as Rachel haunted by Sadako, the ghost whose curse is tied to a videotape. Although it didn’t do better than its predecessor, it’s still a tension-filled, creepy homage to J-Horror.

This one sits at number 28 for 2005 with a worldwide total of $163,995,949

Silent Hill (2006)

Some might argue that Silent Hill is not a ghost movie, but it is. In fact, it takes place in a literal ghost town. Aside from that this film is polarizing among fans, especially ones who played the video game on which it’s based. Still, it has a cult following which still holds sway today, making all other sequels forced to be compared to this one. Let’s just say they haven’t been able to surpass it.

Scary imagery, an aura of gloom and doom and really scary monsters weren’t enough to capture the interest of moviegoers. Silent Hill placed 69 overall in 2006 with a worldwide gross of $100,605,135.

1408 (2007)

In 2007, Stephen King was beginning to make a comeback cinematically. His short story 1408 was adapted into this film of the same name starring John Cusack. Cusack plays a skeptic journalist who debunks famous hauntings. He meets his match in an old hotel room where time and space are warped by the spirits who stayed there previously.

This one ranked at number 35 and brought in $132,963,417 worldwide.

The Eye (2008)

On the tail end of the American Asian horror remakes, The Eye was released. Starring Jessica Alba as a classical musician who regains her eyesight, this film delves into the spirits of body parts and what if a transplant still held trauma from its donor.

Following the formula, Alba’s character keeps seeing things that she realizes are all a part of a bigger mystery. One she is willing to investigate. This was the nail in the coffin for bigger budgeted remakes of this genre. It ranked 96 and scraped together $58,010,320 at the box office.

Paranormal Activity (2009)

As Asian horror remakes in America died, the found-footage paranormal genre was born. Director Orin Peli’s started it all, putting his brand of tech into the Blair Witch formula. This included CCTV, digital video cameras, and webcams. Like Blair Witch the public was tricked into not knowing, based on the trailer, if this movie was genuine. This movie was so independent that a campaign was started asking curious viewers to start petitions to bring it to their cities. It wasn’t long before the film became a pop culture success and opened in theaters everywhere.

This movie sits at number 30 for the year with a gross intake of $193,355,800. But get this, the film only cost Peli about $15,000 to make. You do the math.

Paranormal Activity 2 (2010)

Repeating the success of the original perhaps out of curiosity only, Paranormal Activity 2 is more of the same but begins the world-building that will be the basis for future sequels. This one introduces a baby, a German Shepard and a poolside jumpscare.

Not as profitable as its parent movie this one grossed $177,512,032

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Back for more. The Paranormal Activity saga continues with this cash grab. Three movies in three years is a red flag. More camera footage, more night vision green, and an origin story aren’t enough to save this third film. Still, it managed to bring in $207,039,844 worldwide which is more than the second one did.

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You would think Daniel Radcliff would have had enough of the paranormal with his Harry Potter saga. But alas no. He’s back in a large mansion in this period piece in which he investigates reports of a haunting. This film really embraces its gothic charms and moody ghost story elements.

It was mostly praised by critics for its homage to Hammer films of yore and the lead’s performance. But audiences weren’t as keen and it settles in at number 58 for 2012 with a total of $128,955,898 worldwide.

The Conjuring (2013)

With found footage horror movie trends behind us, we enter the era of James Wan. This epoch is still going strong; it all started with Insidious and The Conjuring. Pulling out all the stops, Wan introduces us to Ed and Lorraine Warren, demonologists who travel the world helping families suffering under the oppression of an unholy presence.

The king of jump scares, Wan uses great camera work and unnerving demons to tell his story. This would be the first of many stories in this universe which would generate a few spinoffs which we will get to later.

With an impressive $320,406,242 under its belt, The Conjuring was an incredible win for Wan.

Annabelle (2014)

As for those spinoffs we were talking about, Annabelle is the first in Wan’s The Conjuring universe. But, there was a snag. Fans of The Conjuring were expecting more of the same, but director John R. Leonetti went in a different direction for this origin story. Unlike the vibrant, bursting horror of Wan’s film, this one is a slow and steady burn. Leonetti pays heavy homage to the Satanic Panic films of the ’60s and ’70s, especially Rosemary’s Baby. Technically the movie is brilliant, but audiences didn’t want genre deep dives and homage — they wanted a killer doll. They got it, but it wasn’t delivered in the way they desired.

Still, the film managed to gross $257,589,721 worldwide, sitting at 37 for the year.

Insidious Chapter 3 (2015)

Wan’s other universe is that of Insidious. His first in the series actually debuted in 2010 but didn’t gain traction until this, the second sequel. And what a great movie it is. Filled with action, memorable monsters, and some great comic relief. This is also the first time we get to see Leigh Whannell behind the director’s chair and it’s a grand entrance.

This one took in $112,983,889 and landed at number 57.

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James Wan returns in this second part, but an unrelated story to The Conjuring. This time Ed and Lorraine Warren head overseas to help a family under spiritual attack. Again the story is based on a real case, and again Wan is able to get under our skin.

THis entry did better than the first bringing in $321,834,351 worldwide.

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Since the first one fell flat, audiences were expecting Creation to follow suit. But they were pleasantly surprised to find this one was superior. Lights Out director David F. Sandberg takes control of the director’s chair and puts his atmospheric spin on the story. It proved to be a good choice because Annabelle Creation banked $306,515,884 worldwide.

The Nun (2018)

Wan gets another addition to his growing horror family with The Nun. This big-budget gothic saga is a dark period piece.

Synopsis: A priest with a haunted past and a novice on the threshold of her final vows are sent by the Vatican to investigate the death of a young nun in Romania and confront a malevolent force in the form of a demonic nun.

Final tally: $365,582,797 worldwide.

Annabelle Comes Home (2019)

It’s Wan’s world once again! Annabelle Comes Home isn’t a fan favorite in the franchise, but this one is entertaining enough. The Warren’s demonology museum is upset by curious teens releasing a myriad of cursed exhibits. As the kids fight back, more is revealed about the possessed doll. Gary Dauberman directs.

Final worldwide take: $231,252,591

The Invisible Man (2020) & The Grudge (2020-requel)

It would be unfair not to include The Invisible Man on this list. Although technically not a ghost movie it still has an invisible force that torments the living. Plus it’s the first movie to suffer theatrically during the pandemic. Cool tech, and kills this movie should also come with a trigger warning for domestic violence.

This comes in at $143,151,000 worldwide.

The Grudge (requel/remake) is wildly subpar from its source material. Part of that problem is because it was so confusing in its anthology design. Some of the aspects are pretty cool and scary but overall the premise is now a curse itself.

Audiences seemed to agree as they spent only $49,511,319 worldwide for this entry.

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (2021)

In the age of COVID releasing a first-run movie simultaneously on a streaming service and at theaters was almost a necessity for making your money back. And for HBO Max it seemed to have worked. Thank goodness this third entry into the conjuring franchise was the movie.

Based on yet another true story, the Warrens got to court to defend a man accused of murder, testifying that an evil force possessed the murderer and made him do it. It was a different approach to the formula and for some, it was good, for others they ended their free HBO Max subscription.

The film took in $206,401,480 and had a pretty good position at 19 for the year despite the delivery medium.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife (2022)

As we are still in 2022 all we can do is find the ghost movie that has succeeded thus far. That movie is Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Part comedy, part supernatural thriller, and part emotional farewell to Harold Ramis, this one hit Gen X a little harder than most while introducing a new generation into the fold.

While people still wonder about returning to the theater, this one took in $197,360,575 worldwide so far.

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10 Horror Movies Trending on Netflix Right Now

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Ever wonder what’s trending on Netflix; what people are watching that sets their algorithm on fire? It’s probably not what you would expect. With nearly 4K movies currently in their catalog, it’s surprising what rises to the top, especially on the horror tab.

These trending movies are aggregated by a lot of precise criteria that range from the time of day to the time of week. It also takes into account the real-time interest of subscribers. That means if there is an award show happening or a special event or holiday, members are more likely to search for a specific movie trending in that timeframe. One wonders if the Monkeypox outbreak has anything to do with why It Follows is getting so many views.

Add in a pinch of data processing, or how many times a movie was viewed, and voila you have a trending title. The science is probably more complicated than that, but you get the idea. Since Netflix is a data-driven platform these titles aren’t just randomly selected.

We pulled 10 movies that Netflix has marked as “trending” for our FOMO readers and those who just want in on the “secret.” Below are 10 horror movies in no particular order that are being watched the most on Netflix.

It Follows (2014)

This is a modern masterpiece of storytelling. Even though it was released seven years ago it’s even more timely today. Director David Robert Mitchell tells the tale of a supernatural STD that can only be cured one way. When it was released this was critically praised. In fact, it still holds a 98% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

With its cautionary tale about casual sex and the consequences that can happen if you decide to indulge, It Follows is terrifying in an original way.

Blood Red Sky (2021)

What will a mother do if her child is in danger? Anything. Blood Red Sky is an action-packed thrill ride at 30,000 feet with plenty of gore to appease genre fans. It’s nice to see the vampire trend making a comeback in such an original way.

Synopsis: A woman with a mysterious illness is forced into action when a group of terrorists attempts to hijack a transatlantic overnight flight.

Fear Street Part I & II (2021)

You may have questions about this title. Not about the plot, but why only parts one and two are trending; there are three. Depending on who you ask, the third part isn’t as good as the second which only makes sense if you watch the first.

Still, this is a great series that should be enjoyed in all three chapters. It’s a great homage to the slasher genre with just enough supernatural surprises to make it an interesting crossover. It said they are working on more chapters to the R.L. Stein adapted work, and we can’t wait to return to Shadyside.

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022)

One of the most polarizing films of the year, Texas Chainsaw Massacre (’22) spiked in genre conversation all over social media back in February. Some loved its brazen attempt at a requel, while others deemed it a hubristic punchdown to the classic Tobe Hooper original.

Nevertheless, it’s trending now which means it still holds interest in the community, and it left enough room for a sequel.

Apostle (2018)

This slow descent into madness has a two-hour runtime, but it’s filled with enough tension and dread to make you squirm throughout. As cult/folk horror goes this is a good one to watch if you’re thinking of joining an organized religion or know someone who has.

Synopsis: In 1905, a drifter on a dangerous mission to rescue his kidnapped sister tangles with a sinister religious cult on an isolated island.

The Old Ways (2020)

Does being a journalist mean selling yourself to the devil? No, not at first. But in The Old Ways a young journalist is accused of harboring Satan inside her which leads to a spiritual battle with a witch doctor in the middle of the Veracruz jungle.

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

This classic slasher will probably never stop trending on Netflix. Wes Craven’s masterwork still holds up even beyond the insipid remake released in 2010. The original is a powerhouse of 80’s practical effects, memorable monster-making, and teen angst.

For those who don’t know about the plot, A Nightmare on Elm Street follows teenager Nancy Thompson who is having bad dreams about a scar-faced man with knives for fingers. Turns out her friends are having the same dreams which are incredibly lucid. The dream world crosses into reality as those who die in their dreams are killed in real life. But why? Who is this fedora crowned phantom? Perhaps their parents know.

Eli (2019)

This is a surprisingly effective film. My first thought is that nobody has ever heard of it, but Netflix seems to think otherwise. It might be because the film stars Sadie Sink, the Kate Bush-loving teen of Stranger Things fame. She plays Max in that series.

In this movie, a young boy is undergoing treatment for a deadly disease, but nothing seems to be working. His parents move into an old mansion that now serves as a medical facility. Visions of ghosts and phantom writings lead Eli to certain truths for which there is no cure.

If you like supernatural mysteries with twists and turns then Eli should be on your watchlist.

No One Gets Out Alive (2021)

This one has been getting great word of mouth. Director Santiago Menghini takes us on a creepy journey following a female immigrant forced to live in a boardinghouse while she pursues her American dream. Her new dwellings are dark and she is often visited by spirits.

Even though the material is derivative, there’s enough here to satiate the genre fans looking for a supernatural mystery.

Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 (2022)

This comedy from India has everything you need for a good time: ghosts, creepy mansions, and vibrant dance numbers. This is Bollywood after all. This is a stand-alone sequel to the 2007 original which has become a cult favorite.

Synopsis: When strangers Reet and Ruhan cross paths, their journey leads to an abandoned mansion and a dreaded spirit who has been trapped for 18 years.

There you have it; 10 horror movies trending on Netflix right now. Have you seen any of these recently and what do you think of the trending titles? Let us know.

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Top 10 Horror Movies on Peacock Right Now (August 2022)

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There are probably more than just these top 10 horror movies on Peacock. The streaming service is chock full of them. Some you’ve undoubtedly seen, others you’ve been curious about. We thought we would help you out with a little nudge if you’re willing.

Whether you agree with our list or not, you have to admit it’s pretty impressive.

You’re Next (2013)

You’re Next is the ultimate dinner party home invasion hybrid. This one still holds up today as a prime example of a redemption arc. Starring Sharni Vinson, and directed by genre favorite Adam Wingard, this is one of the gold star features streaming on Peacock.

Since this is almost a decade old, there is another generation out there who may have never heard of this title which would be a shame. Bloody, surprising, and oh-so-satisfying, You’re Next is a lesson in taut storytelling and edge-of-your-seat action.


The Purge Anarchy (2014)

Fleshing out the social hierarchy a little better in this, the second film in the Purge franchise, Anarchy spins a lot of commentary in its web of political terror. James DeMonaco returns as director and moves beyond the home invasion aspect that drove the first film.

Here we go outside during the mass homicidal event. We follow three stories that eventually intertwine. Bloodier, scarier, and longer, this sequel is better than the first only because it broadens its scope. DeMonaco sharpens his horns on the subject matter thereby solidifying The Purge’s place as a full-time franchise.


Sinister (2012)

Whether or not you liked The Black Phone, Sinister is something you should watch if only to see Scott Derrickson’s progression as a director. His first theatrical horror feature, The Exorcism of Emily Rose wasn’t bad, but in Sinister he commands the atmosphere using unnerving images and unforgettable jump scares.

Ethan Hawke is Derrickson’s muse and gets star billing as the writer Ellison Oswalt who will do anything to write his next book. That means moving his family into a murder house without disclosure and riffling through supernatural snuff home movies containing acts of violence against children.

There is a sequel, but it’s not nearly as effective as the original.


Pet (2016)

This is probably one you’ve never heard of or if you have, the title is so generic that you passed it by. But this is a hidden gem in every sense of the phrase. Great acting, lots of tension, and a fine turn of events make this a weekend watch.

Basically, a psycho reconnects with an old crush who he kidnaps and holds captive in a cage beneath a pet shelter. A game of intellectual cat and mouse ensues and only one will survive. Does this have a happy ending or a justified one? You’ll have to see it to know. Fun fact: the final scene was filmed on the same set as the original Saw.


The Last Exorcism

Forget that this is rated PG-13. For some reason, The Motion Picture Rating system doesn’t account for nightmare fuel. This is one of the better found-footage-style films that will get under your skin. Produced by Eli Roth, the film follows Rev. Cotton Marcus, a renowned exorcist who is called to a remote farm in Louisiana to exorcise Satan from a young girl. Only, it’s not really Satan and stuff goes off the rails.

This has more bodily snap, crackle, and pop than Rice Krispies. And that ending.


Triangle (2009)

It might be too much of a spoiler to reveal most of this film’s plot. The less you know about this nautical ride the better. But what I will say is the payoff is worth it in the long run and things will all make sense in the end.

What I will say is that five friends are stranded in the middle of the ocean after their yacht capsizes. An ocean liner emerges to save them, but once on board, a masked killer runs loose. This has a jaw-dropper of a twist that might warrant a re-watch.


Train to Busan (2016)

Sigh, not another zombie movie; we’ve reached saturation. Or have we? There is a reason Train to Busan is so beloved among fans. South Korean director Yeon Sang-ho puts so much heart into this bloody thrill ride don’t be surprised if your eyes get watery.

The title explains pretty much everything you need to know about the movie just add “with zombies.” It’s an artform to create well-written characters around a zombie flick, but that’s just what Sang-ho does. Every consequence these people face hurts, but in the end, everything is as it should be. What would a top 10 list of horror movies be without this one?


The Shallows (2016)

There is no better shark movie than Ja—! Wait, actually there is one and it’s called The Shallows. You might wonder how a movie starring one person and a seagull could scare you, but this one will. This shark movie is about as tension-filled as Jaws, and Blake Lively should have gotten an Oscar nod. No joke.

Lively plays Nancy who is stranded on a large rock only 200 feet from shore. The only thing stopping her from swimming to freedom is a huge Great White shark with what seems like a personal vendetta. Perfect summer viewing.


Better Watch Out (2017)

Another title that would give too much away if I wrote about the plot. But I’ll do my best.

Better Watch Out is a home invasion thriller like no other. Ashley is the hot babysitter hired to watch over twelve-year-old Luke. Her charge is smitten by her and tries to get her affections. Even though it’s Christmas Ashley is not in the giving mood and eludes the minor’s advances.

But they must team up when a stranger from the outside keeps threatening to kill them if they leave. And that’s all I can say about that. This one is twisty and twisted.


Upgrade (2018)

Upgrade is Leigh Whanell’s passion project that is more sci-fi than horror. But you can’t deny its brutality and gore effects.

With beguiling camera work bolstered by incredible stunts and a great performance by lead Logan Marshall-Green, Upgrade is techno horror for the soul.

These are our top 10 horror movies on Peacock

There you have it, our top 10 horror movies on Peacock. The streaming service has struggled a bit to gain traction among all the other paywall entertainment apps, but it’s coming into its own. Although not mentioned above, the Firestarter remake made its debut on the channel to mostly negative reviews, but it’s a start to their catalog of originals.

On August 5, they are debuting the Kevin Bacon horror film They/Them, a slasher that takes place at an LGBTQ conversion therapy camp. Let us know if you plan on watching it.

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