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Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Letterboxd’s Highest Rated Horror Movies of 2021 List Is Topped by One You Probably Haven’t Seen

Here on Bloody Disgusting we’ve published several articles (find them all here) covering *our* favorite horror movies of last year, but it’s always interesting to take a look at year-in-review roundups from other places as well. Letterboxd, for example, kicks off each new year by spotlighting the previous year’s top hits, and their full 2021 Year in Review is now live.

As always, films are broken up into various categories based on highest user ratings, including the 10 Highest Rated Horror Movies of 2021. This year’s list has a surprising film at the top, one that we haven’t heard all that much chatter about in the past year on the horror scene. It’s titled History of the Occult, a film from Argentina that’s on the remake chopping block.

Filmed in black and white and set in the 1980s, History of the Occult takes place during the last broadcast of the #1 news show on TV, ’60 Minutes Before Midnight.’ In the film, “A band of journalists races against time to convince the lead guest, Adrian Marcato (German Baudino), to expose a conspiracy that connects their corrupt government to an actual coven.”

You can watch the trailer for History of the Occult down below. If you’re looking to watch the movie here in the States, well, it doesn’t appear to be streaming anywhere at this time.

Here’s the full Letterboxd list of the Highest Rated Horror Movies of 2021…

  • 1) History of the Occult
  • 2) Titane
  • 3) The Innocents
  • 4) A Quiet Place Part II
  • 5) Last Night in Soho
  • 6) Fear Street: 1666
  • 7) The Night House
  • 8) Fear Street: 1978
  • 9) The Medium
  • 10) My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell It To 

It’s worth noting that A Quiet Place Part II also appears on Letterboxd’s list of the 10 Highest Rated Sci-fi Movies of 2021, coming in a bit lower than the horror list in the #8 spot. History of the Occult also appears on the Highest Rated Directorial Debut list at #7, while Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho is featured on the Most Popular Movies Overall list at #10.

Browse Letterboxd’s full 2021 Year in Review roundup right here.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3698414/letterboxds-highest-rated-horror-movies-2021-list-topped-one-probably-havent-seen/

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