The Best New English Language Movies Coming In 2022 Part 1

We are back with another list and this time we’re leaving South Korea and Japan and focusing on the best new English language movies that will be released throughout 2022

The Best English Language movies releasing in 2022. This is going to be quite the list. We have so many great films coming and so many different genres. As always, we have a heavy focus on the weird and unusual but there are some big hitters in there too. We hope you enjoy it. Let’s go!. Make sure and check back soon for Part 2.


Starring Aaron Paul and Karen Gillan. After receiving the devastating news of a terminal illness, a woman decides to go through a cloning procedure for her husband. But when she unexpectedly recovers from her illness she is finding it hard to have her clone destroyed. This leads to a court-mandated dual to the death between woman and machine.

This sounds quite unique and I am loving the rise in android/A-I cinema. Recent movies like Big Bug or Mother Android have given us some serious LOL moments but also, these flicks are quite fkn scary. This is defo a sign of things to come.

Dual is From the writer and director of the great oddball comedy The Art Of Self Defense starring Jesse Eisenberg.


I am one of those weird people that didn’t board the Jordan Peele hype train. I mean, don’t get me wrong, I can so, so appreciate his films and what he brings to the genre but it just ain’t my sort of horror. However, I think I could be a fan yet. The trailer for NOPE (Not Of Planet Earth) really got my attention. It looks like a very interesting sci-fi.

For a change, the trailer was really well done and really sucked you in without giving too much away. NOPE is set in a small rural American town and deals with the residents as they encounter strange alien occurrences.


I really have to say a huge CONGRATULATIONS to Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. These dudes have worked their asses off, putting out some of the finest mind-bending low budget sci-fi one could hope for. Now, they have entered the big league and have been directing Oscar Issacc in Marvel’s Moon Knight! Fair play, lads!.

So, even now with their newfound MCU stardom, the duo still have time to give us indie fans what we want: more low-budget, mind-bending movies. And just like in The Endless, both Benson and Moorhead are in the starring roles with a script written by Benson.

I am not 100% certain but Something In The Dirt could be in the Found Footage genre (yay). It tells the story of two waster friends who witness some sort of paranormal activity in their apartment. They decide to try and document the supernatural entity and get internet famous. That’s all I know, and that is all I want to know.


This one has been high up on my radar for a while now. I think it is love overdue being released so we can expect to see it really soon. The reviews have been awesome and they’re stating that The Black Phone is one of the best horrors of recent years.

Starring Ethan Hawke and co-written and directed by Scott Derrickson, The Black Phone tells the story of a 13-year old boy who is abducted and thrown in a soundproof basement with a disconnected phone. As time passes, the boy’s mind starts to deteriorate and he starts receiving phone calls from the dead victims of the child killer.


Crimes of the Future is the new mind-fuckery from David Cronenberg. Starring Viggo Mortensen, Kristen Stewart, Crimes Of The Future is set in the near future and humans are trying to come to terms with the evolution of humans and synthetics. This new level of consciousness is called Accelerated Evolution Syndrome.

If we know Cronenberg as we do, expect cinema-goers to faint, vomit or have panic attacks. That’s what we have been promised. That is what we want. Bring it on!


If you’re a gamer or a reader then the name Tom Clancy must ring a bell? set in the near future, a deadly and highly infectious virus is spread across New York city through paper money.

A special ops team are then deployed into New York to try and salvage what little humanity is left. Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Chastain star.


I seem to be one of those weird people that is really looking forward to the Predator prequel. I mean, it can still be a stinking pile of shit and still be better than most entries in the franchise. It wouldn’t that hard?

I love that it is set in the harsh wilderness reminiscent of DiCaprio and Hardy flick, The Revenant. I understand that there was s similar fan-made Predator movie with almost the same plot. Let’s wait until we see it before we condemn it to Hell, shall we?.

I love me some blood-on-snow!


Another sci-fi, this time starring Adama Driver. Not a lot is known about the plot but it is said to be about an astronaut who crash lands on a mysterious plant only to find that he is not alone.

Directed and written by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods (A Quiet Place, Haunt). Co-starring Chloe Coleman & Ariana Greenblatt


This one goes on the list because I have become a pretty big fan o Rebecca Hall. From The Night House to the shocking live-on-air suicide true story, Rebecca. Hall has definitely proven herself to be of the best female actors working today.

Hall has already been praised for her performance in Ressurection. She plays a woman with a forgotten past. For years, she has worked hard to build a new life for herself. And just when things are starting to look good, someone from her past comes back to haunt her, threatening to destroy everything that she has tried so hard to build.


Another one we have been following for what seems forever now. Havoc is the new feature from The Raid writer/director, Gareth Evans. With a serious ass-kicking cast led by Tom Hardy, Havoc follows a detective as he has to fight his way through a criminal underworld trying to save a politician’s daughter.

This will be released on Netflix later in the year. Co-starring Timothy Olyphant and Forest Whitaker

That’s it for this list of New English Language films coming in 2022. We hope you have added some of these to your watchlist. Check back soon for part 2.

As always, thanks for reading.

Article by GG


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