Horror fans We’re experiencing the thrilling, but the terrifying revival of the genre right now. The supernatural ghost stories, the fake blood, and jump scares are a hit all through the year, and thankfully there are a plethora of thrilling horror films scheduled to hit the screens in the coming years. If it’s the return of the popular franchises such asĀ  The Exorcist and Scream, the return of popular franchises like The Exorcist, or the first-ever scares from Jordan Peele and M. Night Shyamalan, there are plenty of Most anticipated upcoming horror Movies to look forward to.

There’s an impressive selection of horror films that are expected for our attention from today through the next year, and even beyond. There are plenty more that are yet to appear on the list also. Find the latest scary films here:

Hatching – April 29, 2022:

After a resounding premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, this independent Finnish film will be in cinemas this spring. The film tells the story of a 12-year-old gymnast Tinja (Siiri Solalinna) who is always striving to impress her demanding mother. Tinja is a young girl who finds a mysterious egg, which she decides to cover up and protect from the world. Eventually, the egg hatches, and then a creature emerges. Be prepared for a bizarre body horror flick with a fascinating commentary from Hanna’s first film.

The Twin – May 6, 2022:

The Twin is also the same Finnish director Taneli Mustonen. However, it’s an English horror film that is featuring the Lights out star Teresa Palmer. The film that is scheduled to premiere on Shudder in May tells the story of a family that moves to the U.S. to Finland after the tragic loss of their son who was twins (both performed by Steven Cree). When they arrive the child who survived tells the news that his brother has died and is calling him from beyond.

Firestarter – May 13, 2022:

The second Stephen King remake is coming for Firestarter. Blumhouse has re-imagined the story which was previously turned into a film in 1984 featuring Drew Barrymore. American Horror Story‘s Ryan Kiera Armstrong will star as Charlie who is a young girl who acquires the ability to light things on fire as well as Zac Efron will portray her dad Andy. The film is being produced by Keith Thomas, who previously made waves with the film The Vigil in the year 2019.

Watcher – June 3, 2022:

Just days after its Sundance premiere, we have another first-time film, this time by Chloe Okuno. Watcher is about Maika Monroe’s Julia. She is an American who relocates to Bucharest with her partner Francis (Karl Theobald) and feels alone in her new home. Julia begins to notice someone looking out of her windows and watching her in her neighborhood and starts to lose sight of her sense of sanity.

The Black Phone – June 24, 2022:

Sinister filmmakers Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill have teamed back together to adapt the 2004 Joe Hill short story The Black Phone with their Sinister star Ethan Hawke. The film will revolve around an innocent boy called Finney Shaw who is abducted by an infamous serial murderer (Hawke) inside the basement, which is soundproofed. In the basement, he discovers an unconnected cellphone where he can relay the voices of the killer’s previous victims and try to aid him in escaping his fate. Take a look at the Black Phone trailer while we wait for the movie’s release.

Nope – July 22, 2022:

Following the success of “Getting Out in the year, 2017 Jordan Peele has established himself as a popular actor in the horror world and is set to return with an original film called “Nope”. The film will be a sequel to 2019’s Us and will feature Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, and Steven Yeun. We don’t have any information about the story of the film and probably won’t until the movie is released. But Nope’s trailer for the Nope trailer provides enough excitement to keep us intrigued. Are you sure that Jordan Peele is going to be a part of alien films in his next film?