Since its release, Pearl has garnered praise online, especially from young ladies. Pearl is a prelude to West's 2022 film X, which merits respect too.

X, and Pearl (2022)

I didn't like this movie, thus I can't suggest it. Its low Rotten Tomatoes score of 25% and second-highest 2010s horror gross of $365.5M are fascinating.

The Nun (2018)

This may be my favorite horror film. The movie can also be enjoyed by non-horror aficionados! It's thrilling, scary, and amusing, and the plot will keep you guessing.

Barbarian (2022)

You thought a Tom Cruise film couldn't be bad? Think again. I suppose a script about releasing an Egyptian mummy's fury would be a hit.

The Mummy (2017)

Nope, a classic monster film with fantastic creature design and great acting, is one of the most original on this list.

Nope (2022), dir.

It fails to engage viewers in the primary characters, plot, or villain, thus there's little point in seeing a group of people get chainsawed in the desert.

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022)

This movie should be watched with minimal knowledge. It's dramatic, raw, and stars Patrick Stewart as the nasty Nazi.

Green Room (2015)

Watch Ouija: Origin of Evil instead of a Ouija board horror movie. The 1960s Los Angeles prequel to Ouija is fantastic!

Ouija (2014)

Grace (shown) is the personification of "and she did it all in heels!" but in a wedding dress.

Ready or Not (2019)