This year is already proving to be horrifying with terrifyingly good horror movies. M3GAN kicked off the year after a buzzworthy ad campaign that had TikTokers dancing down hallways, but it's not the only 2023 horror film fans should see. There are plenty out already, and certainly more to come. Scream VI, Evil Dead Rise, and Saw X are among some of the 2023 horror sequels that every scary movie fan is looking forward to catching in theaters. Regardless of the movies being an entirely new idea, a reboot, or a sequel - we've taken all the best horror movies from this year and ranked them from best to worst using votes from cinephiles like you.
Now it's time to vote up all the horror movies you've seen and would recommend to your friends to get them to the top of the list. Then don't hesitate to vote down the ones you think other fans should skip. Check back as upcoming and new horror movies are added once released. Also, look for the Netflix, Hulu, Shudder, Apple TV+, Paramount+, Peacock, Amazon Prime, and HBO Max buttons below each film to stream them whenever you want.
Here it is, the film that inspired a TikTok challenge by showing an AI doll dancing in a hallway. This funny horror movie will delight you with its quirky approach to terror.
The early stages of COVID-19 were scary enough, but this film answers the question of what it would be like to quarantine in a remote cabin while there's a psychotic killer on the loose.
- Skinamarink places two children at the center of a nightmarish scenario where they wake up without their adults and all the windows in their house are missing. Check out this smart, low-budget horror thriller that created a lot of buzz in Canada.
Full of as many laughs as there are frights, this campy horror flick will have you cringing with delight.
Ancient evils, an unborn baby, and family drama are the ingredients for this religious horror film that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.
Pamela Anderson, Luis Guzmán, Paris Hilton, G-Eazy, and Winnie Harlow all have cameos in this slasher. Turn off all the lights and press play on this playful horror movie.