If you’re looking for some new horror movies this year, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve selected five new psychological thrillers for you to watch. These films will make you shiver and scream, and you’ll never be the same. Jane, Hellbender, Allegoria, and You Won’t Be Alone make my list.
You Won’t Be Alone
You Won’t Be Alone is an atmospheric, thoughtful film with a strong feminist undercurrent. Its strange form of eroticism comes from a female perspective, not from the male gaze. Its setting in nineteenth-century Macedonia lends itself to the genre, and the film features a unique heroine.
The film’s premise revolves around the emergence of a resurrected witch in a mountain village. It is set in 19th-century Macedonia and is also filmed in neighboring Serbia. The film features a series of deeply-held superstitions and grinding poverty.
You Won’t Be Alone uses handheld camera footage and is almost entirely visual. The character of Nevena is largely wordless, but the performances are breathtaking and perfectly convey her transition. Narration, which is done in a poetic tone, explains Nevena’s grasp of her environment.
While the film is largely guided by the inner voice of the young girl, it does make use of the voices of other characters and the society. It explores the social pecking order, and has moments of senseless brutality. It also has some interesting moments of rugged optimism, but struggles with its study of two shape-shifting witches. While the film tries to tackle these themes, its storyline doesn’t quite sustain the audience’s attention.
You Won’t Be Alone is a debut directorial effort by writer-director Goran Stolevski, and it’s a compelling, startling film. It’s unlike anything else you’ve seen before. You won’t believe your eyes when you see it.
Psychological Horror Movies are a genre dedicated to scaring their audience’s psyches. The movies have an underlying message about the human condition, and they are a lot more entertaining than the typical horror films. Among its many qualities, the movie also manages to blend horror, humor, and gangster story elements.
This movie is a masterpiece of psychological horror. It stars Hollywood legends like Bette Davis, who plays one of Hollywood’s most infamous villains. In addition, this film explores the idea of aging in the film’s world, and it makes you feel icky.
The film’s ambiguity is part of its charm. It’s never clear which character is responsible for the events that unfold throughout the film. The tension is heightened by the ambiguity. It’s a psychological thriller that will leave you gasping. And it will stay with you long after the credits roll.
“Perfect Blue” is another excellent film that is a psychological horror. It’s beautifully animated, but it’s incredibly disturbing. This movie has some of the scariest moments of the year, and you’ll find yourself crying in your seat a few times.
“Under the Shadow” is another great psychological horror movie, with a social message as well. The film follows a mother and daughter in 1980s Tehran, during the War of the Cities. It explores the psychological effects of war and the repercussions it has on a society. The film has echoes of The Babadook, but it also brings new ideas.
Allegoria is out on SVOD, VOD, and Shudder on August 1, 2022. It’s a short film that features great acting and good direction. It’s certainly not the best horror film of the year, but it’s an enjoyable time-killer.
Allegoraia is an unsettling film about the untamed depths of artistic creation and the fiery demons that engulf it. The movie follows a drama student, Brody, as she grapples with the demons that haunt her artistic creation. A tortured painter, Marcus, receives unexpected help from an unlikely benefactor. Meanwhile, self-applauding screenwriter Eddie finishes writing a bloody scene for a slasher film and discovers something horrific.
In the year 2022, there will be plenty of new horror movies in theaters and on Netflix. Jordan Peele’s new thriller will open theaters, and the Halloween reboot trilogy will conclude with Hocus Pocus 2 in 2022. These films are not for everyone.
Allegoria Psychological Horror Movies of the 2022 will have an eclectic selection of films. Idris Elba returns with his latest man-vs-nature thriller “Prey,” and Predator 5 is slated to make its appearance in Prey. The upcoming film “Beast” will be a bit different, though. Although it features some recognizable horror actors, the film isn’t a traditional one.
Another promising upcoming horror film is Glorious, a Lovecraftian thriller starring Ryan Kwanten and J.K. Simmons. Glorious will be released August 18, 2022 on Shudder.
Fans of the supernatural horror genre will be excited to see Hellbender. The film is directed by Hanna Bergholm, and stars Siiri Solalinna and Jani Volanen. The film is based on the story of a mother and her daughter. The supernatural elements of the film make it an intense psychological thriller.
Despite its dark atmosphere and its depressing subject matter, Hellbender is a compelling and entertaining psychological thriller. Zelda Adams is superb in her role as a woman raised in an isolated house far from civilization. Her mother, a co-writer/director, plays her mother, who has never left her house. The film also features gothic fashion, pounding drums, and wailing women.
While the film is reminiscent of “Carrie,” it takes a distinctly different path. In its religion-tinged mother/daughter dynamic, it echoes “Carrie.” But as the film moves from realism to surrealism, it veers left instead of right. In the beginning, “Hellbender” feels very familiar, but it gets better as it progresses. As a result, it balances the surreal imagery with grounded performances.
While the film does not have a great budget, the acting and direction are top-notch. In addition, the film has a cast that embodies the spirit of the genre. And the premise of the movie is an intriguing one, with the plot involving a small group of people who are in a hospital when a portal opens. The atmosphere is chilling and the effects of the creatures are very impressive.
The Innocents is a psychological horror film directed by Eskil Vogt. The film starts off with childish acts of violence and escalates to an unnerving pace. The film follows a young girl named Ida, who feels ignored by her parents. As a result, she starts to act out her frustration by spitting on worms and pinching her sister hard. However, a chance encounter with a boy named Benjamin leads to a shocking turn of events. The teen’s strange powers allow him to manipulate things in his mind, and the film gets progressively scarier and more unnerving.
Vogt is no stranger to supernatural coming-of-age stories, having co-written the campus Carrie riff Thelma with director Joachim Trier. But whereas Trier’s Thelma focused on repression, Vogt’s film explores the feelings of childhood and explores the role that repression plays in our lives.
The first half of 2022 was lighter on theatrical releases, but the second half of the year was packed. Horror thrives in all media, but in recent years, the sheer volume of films available to watch has gotten to the point of overkill. The best horrors of 2022 will keep audiences entertained while delivering an impressive mix of genres.
“Under the Skin” by Jonathan Glazer is an interesting mix of science-fiction and horror. The movie’s star, Nia DiCosta, is poised to become a major horror star in 2021 with Jordan Peele’s reimagining of “Candyman”. In addition, Natalie Erika James, who directed this film’s premiere, cites Korean and Japanese horror films as influences.