8 Horror Movies We Expect to Rattle Us in 2024


A rising filmmaker uses his stop-motion skills to tell the story of a director (Aisling Franciosi) who slowly loses her grip on reality, creating a monstrous stop-motion horror short that starts taking over her life.

Night Swim

A retired baseball player (Wyatt Russell) moves into a new home with a pool perfect for water therapy. However, the pool harbors a dark secret – it's haunted.

The First Omen

This prequel to The Omen follows an American novitiate in Rome (Nell Tiger Free) who gets entangled in a Vatican conspiracy.

Late Night With the Devil

A '70s chat show host (David Dastmalchian) invites the devil onto his TV set in a bid for ratings, leading to chaos. The film blends slow-burn horror with character-driven storytelling, culminating in a gory finale.

The Moor

Set on the Yorkshire moors, this atmospheric horror follows a father and a childhood friend searching for signs of his missing son. The film evokes the eerie, folk-horror vibes of the '70s, set against the haunting backdrop of the moors.


A Gen Z-er inherits a basement with a monster that offers brief encounters with the dead. This potential franchise-starter combines supernatural horror with emotional stakes, led by Freya Allen's compelling performance.

True Detective: Night Country (HBO)

The fourth season of the HBO series features Jodie Foster and Kali Reis investigating the deaths of scientists in an Alaskan town, blending police procedural with indigenous folklore.

I Saw the TV Glow

This neon-lit horror tackles adolescent trauma through the strange friendship of teens obsessed with a horror TV show. Fans of unusual coming-of-age stories and '90s nostalgia will find this film's unique approach fascinating.