Top 10 2022 Films You Shouldn't Miss
Updated: Nov 12, 2021
2022 is coming out swinging as the global pandemic slowly enters the rearview mirrors. On the slate are some much expected blockbuster movies such as DC's Aquaman 2 & Jurassic World Dominion set to close the reboot trilogy. But, also on the horizon are some highly unexpected films slated for 2022 such as Legally Blonde 3 as well as Kung Fury 2. With an intensely interesting line-up of films that have been delayed over the past couple years, here is the definitive list of films set to release in 2022 that you absolutely should not miss.
10. Scream 5
Scream released 25 years ago in 1996, reviving the slasher horror genre while simultaneously satirizing it. As the Scream series continued, it found itself often falling into the tropes it was originally making a mockery of. With the duo Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillet who very recently released the hit indie horror The Night House set to direct, we hope they bring something fresh to a franchise that somewhat lost its way, and with the recent reboots of the Halloween franchise as well as other slashers, we can't think of a better time for an updated "Rules that one must abide by in order to successfully survive a horror movie"
Scream is currently slated to be released on January 14, 2022.
9. The Souvenir Part II
Joanna Hogg blew critics out of the water, making waves with her autobiographical 2019 drama detailing her young life four decades ago, navigating her way through film school and falling in love with an untrustworthy man. Directing her own past from so far into the future, Hogg has a strong but unadulterated view of her young self, and as an audience we can appreciate how the naive girl grows into the visionary behind the camera. The Souvenir Part II follows our protagonist as she begins to unravel the complications of her recently tragic relationship, discerning fact from fiction while making her graduation film.
The Souvenir Part II is slated for a January 2022 wide release
Babylon is set to be directed by acclaimed filmmaker Damien Chazelle, who dazzled audiences with his instant-classic direc