7 Best 2023 Horror Movies You’ve Probably Missed

7 Best 2023 Horror Movies You’ve Probably Missed
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If you thought they weren't making any good horror movies anymore, you've probably missed out on these bangers.

This year, the horror genre managed to revive itself and bring some hits to the big screen.

From the ongoing legacy of beloved stories to new thrilling plots, here is the list of the 7 best horrors released in 2023 so far.

1. Evil Dead Rise

Gore-filled and darkly ironic, Evil Dead Rise is a worthy addition to the Evil Dead franchise. Set in a Los Angeles apartment, the movie delivers creative deaths and tortures, demonic horror, and stellar performances from the leads.

2. M3GAN

The advanced Chucky movie stands out in the killer doll horror genre by introducing a unique and original character. The movie combines terror and humor as M3GAN, a life-size A.I. doll, becomes dangerously overprotective of her owner.

3. Sick

Kevin Williamson, the mastermind behind such iconic horror films as Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer, brings us a new slasher film set during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a fan of slashers and epidemic-themed movies, this is a must-see for you.

4. Infinity Pool

A shocking and intense movie about a writer who discovers he can escape punishment for his crimes by using a physical clone. Featuring standout performances from Alexander Skarsgård and Mia Goth, the film explores themes of morality, justice, and the power of money in a nightmarish exploration of the privileges of the rich.

5. The Boogeyman

The Boogeyman is an impressive adaptation of Stephen King 's famous short story. With unsettling scenes of flashing lights and eerie sound effects, The Boogeyman builds suspense, delivers scares, and tells a dark story that is sure to get under your skin.

6. Knock at the Cabin

Another M. Night Shyamalan masterpiece, Knock at the Cabin is a gripping home invasion thriller based on Paul Tremblay's novel The Cabin at the End of the World, which takes a dark turn when the intruders claim that one life must be sacrificed to save the world.

7. The Pale Blue Eye

Based on one of Edgar Allen Poe's most famous works and starring the brilliant Christian Bale as Detective Augustus Landor, the film begins as an investigative thriller but gradually incorporates gothic horror elements. While the jump scares are kept to a minimum, the shocking ending is sure to leave you speechless.