Las 21 mejores películas de terror de 2022

Released in the last months on Amazon Prime or HBO Max, Disney+ Netflix is the most recommended of the year so far, along with other lists of the best movies of 2020 and 2021. You can also consult the list of the best horror movies. We are still waiting for a handful of very powerful works that have appeared, which we hope will still arrive in our platforms and theaters during 2022. We recover the most outstanding titles of 21.

Jaume Balagueró: Director. Ester Expósito, Inés Fernández, Ángela Cremonte, Magüi Mira, Fernando Valdivieso, Federico Aguado, Alejandra Meco, Aten Soria, María José Sarrate, Fran Boira: Cast.

In the outskirts of Madrid, in a building in Salem of Lords, we see for the first time the situations and witches, invocations. But despite leaving more desire, it is well worth the final and interesting mix of genres, with Guillermo del Toro’s cabinet curiosities in view, counting the adaptation of The Witch’s House in its third year. Balagueró Jaume was expecting something more from Lovecraft H.P. But the initial stumble of ‘Veneciafrenia’ greatly improves with Fear The Collection’s new release.

Review in Espinof, by Jorge Loser.

‘Predator: The Hunt’ (Prey, 2022)

Director: Dan Trachtenberg. Cast: Amber Midthunder, Dane DiLiegro, Stefany Mathias, Stormee Kipp, Dakota Beavers.

Hulu has unexpectedly revived the interest in ‘Predator’, making it the most viewed premiere on the platform. This is a celebration of the genre, and along with it, the unedited version of ‘Hellraiser’ has inexplicably appeared in Spain. It is a notable action and horror saga, with other sequels promised below. Although it stays true to the fans’ dream of facing an alien hunter with Comanche for a long time, it falls short of the much-anticipated expectations. The unedited version of ‘Hellraiser’ has inexplicably appeared in Spain, along with this celebration from Disney’s subsidiary.

Review in Espinof, by Jorge Loser. | Available on Disney+.

Ego (Incubation, 2022)

Address: Hanna Bergholm. Cast: Siiri Solalinna, Sophia Heikkilä, Jani Volanen, Reino Nordin, Oiva Ollila.

A director who chooses to pursue the path of a debut, which is not very common in Finnish cinema, presents a narrative that focuses on the themes of terrible motherhood and obsession with social networks. However, as the film progresses, it becomes somewhat predictable. Nevertheless, the use of metaphors is abundant and the film ultimately offers a unique take on the themes of obsession with social networks and terrible motherhood, which are not commonly explored in Finnish cinema. One noteworthy aspect of the film is Conor O’Sullivan’s animatronic creation, which seamlessly blends elements of a dark fairy tale and the terror of creatures, while also presenting a fresh interpretation of the myth of exchange.

Review in Espinof, by Jorge Loser.

13 Exorcisms (2022)

Jacobo Martínez: Direction. María Romanillos, Ruth Díaz, Urko Olazabal, José Sacristán, Pablo Revuelta, Silma López, Daniel Arias, Alícia Falcó, Uri Guitart, Cristina Castaño: Cast.

The dark and opaque modernity exposes a hidden disturbing reality, proposing abuse as an exorcism, which is interesting and brave, but it will not change the genre. ‘The Path’ of Rose’ Emily is more than an exorcism. In this fantastic portrayal of exorcism, Sacristán José creates a rigid exorcist, with hidden sectarianism, poisoned by a poisoned dart, hidden inside the Church, a very current and unusual genre. Inside the Church, a poisoned dart is hidden with hidden sectarianism, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church, inside the Church, a very current Church.

Review in Espinof, by Jorge Loser.

The Reef: Trapped (The Reef: Stalked, 2022)

Director: Andrew Traucki. Cast: Kameron Hood, Teressa Liane, Tim Ross, Ann Truong, Kate Lister, Saskia Archer.

Splendid pure fear and survival of a movie is because of their humble means by sharks of another type of exploitation with confuse that a shame. At least with tension of a lesson are the first 40 minutes and intact continues without showing nothing to create panic of its capacity. White great shark escaping adventurous girls group puts and Water’s ‘Black sequel, ‘Abyss’ its formula repeats here. Risk of sports video spirit and budget little with aquatic locations or high sea in shootings his to faithful completely follows Traucki Andrew Australian director El. This century’s most chilling animal horror films ‘The Reef’, spiritual sequel Sequel.

Available for rent on Filmin.

Dark Truth (False Positive, 2021)

Address: John Lee. Cast: Ilana Glazer, Pierce Brosnan, Justin Theroux, Gretchen Mol, Josh Hamilton.

“Oscura” is a new horror film from Hulu, a small television production by A24, the renowned independent house, with the same director of photography as ‘Hereditary’, Pawel Pogorzelski. It is a psychologically intricate labyrinth that denounces the experience of a woman as a surrogate mother through a subrogated pregnancy, with a dark, very dark, black humor and unsettling atmosphere, especially in the final disturbing and sinister sequences. The protagonist, losing her mind, believes she is the devil’s seed.

Review on Espinof, by Jorge Loser | Available on Amazon Prime Video.

Nope! (Nope, 2022)

Director: Jordan Peele. Cast: Steven Yeun, Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, Terry Notary, Donna Mills.

‘Nosotros’ es un logro muy bien dirigido, con una mirada extraña a la historia que tiene algunos altibajos y detalles que impiden que llegue más alto, como secuencias memorables de chimpancés. Solo en su originalidad, ‘Nosotros’ ya es un blockbuster, llegando a conseguir 44 millones en taquilla en Estados Unidos y convirtiéndose en la única película de Peele Jordan en recibir un número entusiasta de fans, sin ser un remake, franquicia o secuela.

Review in Espinof, by Jorge Loser. | En Alquiler en AppleTv

Savage (2022)

Director: Zach Cregger. Cast: Georgina Campbell, Bill Skarsgård, Justin Long, Matthew Patrick Davis, Richard Brake.

The regular passing time endures some revelations together with an opportunist something knot in #Metoo stumble that ‘Sub-humanos’ and ‘Rec’ fear from the basement The sum of scraps is a reality in Cregger Zach his director in eyes that scene in the elements with and very entertaining is sold as surprising so not a twist gives then 30 minutes during tension very well maintains surprises full movie in platforms directly our country unfortunately premiered year of sensations the One.

Review on Espinof by Jorge Loser | Available on Disney+.

Malnazidos (2022)

Address: Javier Ruiz Caldera, Alberto de Toro. Cast: Miki Esparbé, Aura Garrido, Luis Callejo, Álvaro Cervantes, Manel Llunell.

Mola Esparbé Miki that of nth confirmation is Also, common usually not that action of great climax and genres collide by our cinema inédito is effort a with written well characters and black humor with good movie making too infiltrates typical Spanish comedy tone that avoids but, grace with torearlos for as machacado very genre a of tropos the well knows only not Spanish Civil War the in zombies and war cinema mixture this saying follows is that the best also and expected the best much.

Review on Espinof by Jorge Loser | Available on Netflix.

Horror in Studio 666 (Studio 666, 2022)

Dirección: BJ McDonnell. Reparto: Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Pat Smear, Chris Shiflett, Rami Jaffee, Whitney Cummings, Jenna Ortega.

Dave Grohl’s works are tiring, until the solid heavy metal cinema of the 80s connects with a special effects-driven horror movie, some of the best deaths will be seen this year (a tremendously gory horror movie in the form of a rock band’s experiment). A bittersweet farewell to Taylor Hawkins, the deceased drummer of the Foo Fighters, accompanies the album and movie in the form of a rock band’s experiment.

Available for rent, Apple TV.

Open Body (The Open Body, 2022)

Address: Ángeles Huerta. Cast: Tamar Novas, Victória Guerra, María Vázquez, Federico Pérez, Elena Seijo.

Our territory, however, Newton Val has a better tradition, suggestion and sounds, textures of horror. This elegant gothic story denotes a knowledge that is not habitual, with the use of legends and superstitions from rural Galicia, and elements of folk horror. This direct adscription to terror is somewhat less, leaving without appreciating Pereda’s film and the debut of Carlota Pereda’s work in fiction, which has been rightly praised in the Spanish film industry in a year.

Review in Espinof, by Jorge Loser.

Doctor Strange in the Madness Multiverse (Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, 2022)

Director: Sam Raimi. Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Xochitl Gomez, Chiwetel Ejiofor.

Hundreds of millions of dollars budget mainstream genre’s profound influence counts that testament as though outstanding position deserves. Demons and zombies, doppelgängers, possessions, Lovecraftian monsters leaving us, actual MCU entertainment’s sense with Drag ‘Me to Hell’ and darkness the army of mixing his, rule all in Raimi Sam’s movie is but, black magic and monsters full of dark adventure a reality, hell to movie is but, less or more gave us and horror movie promised us Marvel.

Available on Disney+.

Review on Espinof by Jorge Loser.

Infernal Abyss (2022)

Address: Bartosz M. Kowalski. Cast: Piotr Zurawski, Olaf Lubaszenko, Sebastian Stankiewicz, Lech Dyblik, Rafal Iwaniuk, Krzysztof Satala, Malwina Dubowska, Zbigniew Walerys.

An impressive finale featuring 80s Italian horror cinema and ‘El día de la bestia’ with priests and prophecies, reminiscent of the gothic atmosphere and occult elements found in ‘La monja’, is the narrative that the director of ‘Nadie duerme en el bosque esta noche’ brings back to the platform. This new film is a departure from the slasher humor of the previous one, focusing instead on an esoteric and oppressive tale about a police officer who assumes the role of a monk to infiltrate a monastery housing a clinic for possessed individuals. His mission is to uncover a sect that is attempting to summon an ancient entity. This Polish horror film, which has recently appeared on Netflix, offers a thrilling storyline.

Review in Espinof, by Jorge Loser. | Disponible en Netflix

The Basement (The Cellar, 2022)

Director: Brendan Muldowney. Cast: Elisha Cuthbert, Eoin Macken, Dylan Fitzmaurice Brady, Abby Fitz.

This is one we choose, to stay that there would be if Fulci Lucio had more ‘The with reminiscences and a lot of atmosphere, cosmic and satanic terror of collision with numerology. More chilling is its underground hiding place, it is Barbarian’ as recognition has not ‘The basement’ this. Basements in their terrifying secrets hide that houses have, for example, many converging ideas and themes, to such an extent that there has been a great number of horror premieres in 2022.

Available on Movistar+.

Twenty-Two (2022)

Director: Ti West. Cast: Mia Goth, Jenna Ortega, Brittany Snow, Kid Cudi, Martin Henderson.

Spain has been released yet, but ‘Pearl’ has been followed by the inferior ghetto of “I cook it myself, I eat it myself” from the ghetto, and none of their previous movies have been wandering on television until their director was forgotten, perhaps because of his detractors within the horror fandom. It is also a non-puritan provocation and sex, but we have violence and blood, this type of plan is associated with the studio’s restrictions, but without adequate budgets and care, independent horror cinema has become the refuge of the day, demonstrating that the production company A24 is the slasher of today.

Review in Espinof, by Jorge Loser. | Available on Movistar+.

The Texas Massacre (2022)

Address: David Blue Garcia. Cast: Sarah Yarkin, Elsie Fisher, Jacob Latimore, Moe Dunford, Olwen Fouere.

Friday the 13th is a sequel that goes back to the essence of the original film, combining well-executed special effects with a misanthropic and unpleasant tone. It is a collection of savage deaths executed with the sensitivity of a butcher. Basically, this direct sequel to Tobe Hooper’s classic could not be released in theaters, so Netflix embraced it as a slasher film in the style of Scream.

Review on Espinof, by Mikel Zorrilla.

The Menu (2022)

Director: Mark Mylod. Cast: Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult, Ralph Fiennes, Hong Chau, John Leguizamo.

‘Hannibal’ in the series, wouldn’t scream with gruesome pieces of artwork, with froths and mixtures of a deranged physician, as this chef is akin to a revengeful Vincent Price in his British horrors of the 70s. Anya Taylor-Joy delivers the imitation to the talented Ralph Fiennes, who portrays a vengeful Vincent Price in his British horrors of the 70s, almost resembling a deranged physician of mixtures and froths, with macabre pieces of artwork that wouldn’t shriek in the series ‘Hannibal’, a murder mystery but possessing the same suffocating unease as ‘Cube’, capturing macabre humor aimed at critics, clients, and nearly all art directed towards the upper class, sometimes resembling a form of theatrical performance, a savage satire of the bourgeoisie with moments reminiscent of Ari Aster, an elegant gastronomic nightmare.

Review in Espinof, by Jorge Loser.

Gentlemen (2022)

Director: Alex Garland. Cast: Jessie Buckley, Rory Kinnear, Paapa Essiedu, Gayle Rankin, Zak Rothera-Oxley.

A24 returns to surprise us with the strangest work of the genre of the year, a condensed visual metaphor in three ideas that take the form of a woman fleeing through the lens of a camera, passing through a cosmic or bodily folk, in the style of an English countryside encounter with horror, as seen in Repulsion from 1965, a good horror movie that manages to provoke and stir.

Review in Espinof, by Jorge Loser.

Ebony Smartphone (2022)

Director: Scott Derrickson. Cast: Ethan Hawke, Mason Thames, Jeremy Davies, James Ransone.

Derrickson Scott was compelled to revisit the horror genre in order to revive the diminished reputation of a Blumhouse production company during a difficult period. In doing so, he not only achieved one of the most commercially successful horror films of the year, but also delivered the most impressive adaptation of a Joe Hill work to date. Black Phone, a reimagining of M.R. James’ Lost Hearts with a Stranger Danger twist, effectively captivates viewers through its well-developed characters and a profound mix of emotions including sadness and fear. It skillfully tackles the sensitive subject of child abuse, which hovers in the background, yet emerges unscathed due to its skillful execution and urban fable-like tone.

Review in Espinof, by Jorge Loser.

The Grandmother (2021)

Address: Paco Plaza. Cast: Almudena Amor, Vera Valdez, Karina Kolokolchykova, Chacha Huang.

Carlos Vermut recycles some classic views from Mario Bava’s films, such as visual details, key clues, and a sophisticated scene filled with symbolism, to unravel a seemingly simple plot with a hidden evil background. With his devastating and unsettling gaze, Vermut brings something sinister, like a drop of water from Bava’s Birthday Allison, to the vulnerability and unease of old age, making him one of the great contemporary authors of horror.

The review on Espinof, written by Kiko Vega.

Available on Amazon Prime Video.

Grin (2022)

Address: Parker Finn. Cast: Sosie Bacon, Jessie T. Usher, Kyle Gallner, Caitlin Stasey, Kal Penn, Rob Morgan.

The horror film ‘Smile’ has not only entered the top 50 in terms of history genre, but it has also reached a staggering 206 million dollars, making it the most successful horror film of the year. This is due to the dedicated and original independent films produced by the studio, which have never been seen before in terms of both quantity and quality, making 2022 a great year for the horror genre.

Finn Parker maneja la cámara y la mirada del espectador quejosos que se afanan en vender sus trabajos como directores y metáforas, en una era de coartadas insólitas y algo más que terror, que falta nos hace lo simple y llanamente, que no busque excusas para ser algo que no va a traer al futuro un clásico que marca las marcas de una generación de franquicia.

Review in Espinof, by Jorge Loser.

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