Top Horror Movies To Watch In 2023

Top Horror Movies

The year 2023 is likely to rank among the top ten years in horror film history. Many highly anticipated horror films are already scheduled to be released.

These are the 10 movies you must know about, including debuts by directors and pictures that are simply too bizarre to ignore.

List of Top 5 Horror Movies To Watch In 2023

1. Renfield

Renfield, played by Nicolas Cage, is Count Dracula’s servant who falls in love in contemporary New Orleans.

Robert Kirkman, the creator of The Walking Dead, and Chris McKay came up with the concept for the movie (The Lego Ninjago Movie, The Tomorrow War). Awkwafina, Ben Schwartz, and Shohreh Aghdashloo make up the supporting cast.

2. The Boogeyman

Following the passing of their mother, a little girl and her younger sister experience a terrible presence haunting their home.

King’s 1973 short tale The Boogeyman is being adapted for the screen by Host and Dashcam director Rob Savage.

Given his affinity for King’s narrative and the fact that this will be his first step into the horror genre, it ought to be an alluringly spooky experience.

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3. MaXXXine

The third and likely last installment in Ti West’s most surprising X trilogy is MaXXXine. There isn’t much information available about the threequel, which has just begun filming in Los Angeles.

The story will center on Maxine’s ongoing efforts to become a Hollywood sensation and will take place in 1985, 5 years after the occurrences of X.

4. Infinity Pool

The third full-length film by Brandon Cronenberg, son of David, is titled Infinity Pool. The movie centers on a wealthy couple (Alexander Skarsgrd and Mia Goth) who are vacationing in the posh resort La Tolqa when a terrible event interrupts their peaceful time.

Beyond that, the details are tightly guarded, although it’s safe to anticipate a bizarrely inventive horror romp.

5. The Pale Blue Eye

For The Pale Blue Eye, Christian Bale and Scott Cooper will collaborate. The Gothic Horror is based on the same-titled 2003 book by Louis Bayard.

Along with Robert Duvall, Toby Jones, Harry Melling, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Simon McBurney, and Timothy Spall, Bale also appears in the film. The United States Military Academy in West Point, New York, is where the movie is set in the 1830s.

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