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The Best Horror Movies Of 2022 So Far According to Rotten Tomatoes
The best-reviewed horror film of 2022 is “X,” Ti West's homage to guerilla filmmaking, which has a 96% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes About a small crew of aspiring Texan porn filmmakers who are trying to shoot a particularly arty adult feature, it’s a tribute to both stalk-and-kill slashers and the can-do spirit of independent filmmaking.
You Won't Be Alone
The second highest-reviewed was Goran Stolevski's Macedonian period piece "You Won't Be Alone" starring Noomi Rapace, with a 93% critics’ score. Set in the 19th century, the film is about a young witch who kills a villager in the woods and takes their shape to infiltrate the village.
Third place belongs to Hanna Bergholm's Finnish creature feature "Hatching," with a 92% approval rating. "Hatching" is about a 12-year-old girl who raises a half-human, half-bird creature that symbolizes the girl’s own issues with growing up.
We're All Going...
Coming in at number four with 90% is Jane Schoenbrun’s terrifying tale “We’re All Going to the World’s Fair.” The film takes place in the scariest online game ever made, and critics at Sundance suggested the body horror represents gender dysmorphia.
You Are Not My Mother
At an 88% approval rating is Kate Dolan's "You Are Not My Mother," an Irish film about a young woman who finds her mother mysteriously missing one morning — only for her to return with a completely different personality. Steeped in Irish folklore, "Mother" is a horror film about positivity.