Fresh is 2022’s American comedy film written and directed by Mimi Cave, in her debut as a director, based on the screenplay written created by Lauryn Kahn.
The film stars Daisy Edgar-Jones as well as Sebastian Stan. It is a co-production with Legendary Pictures and Hyperobject Industries; Adam McKay produced the film with the help of.
Hulu’s Fresh is the latest illustration of how horror captures the fear and uncertainty that results from sparking an affair with a total stranger.
5 Best Movies Like Fresh 2022
In Mimi Cave’s debut directorial, Sebastian Stan poses an ideal suitor whose bizarre desires challenge his partner (Daisy Edgar Jones).
The tragic love story of their couple isn’t the first time that a film has held an eye to the horrors of modern-day dating and, therefore, if you’re in the mood for more terrifying romantics and get-togethers that go wrong,, These are the top five films worth your time.
The Invitation (2016)
Director Karyn Kusama’s slow-burn entry to the “dinner party from hell” subgenre is on its surface, an exploration on how grief that is not acknowledged alters our perception of ourselves and our reality.
However, it’s an important cautionary story for accepting a dinner invitation from your boyfriend’s insane ex. Logan Marshall-Green is Will, the man who separated from the wife of his Eden (Tammy Blanchard) following the death of their son.
After a few years, Will gets an invitation from Eden and her spouse David (Michiel Huisman) to join an evening gathering with their old acquaintances. He brings his new partner Kira (Emayatzy Corinealdi) to join him for a bit of assistance.
It is likely that awkward conversations happen before dinner But the fact of the truth that Eden and David have been part of a strange cult at the end of the day comes as the biggest surprise to anyone. What’s the lesson? If your ex’s partner seems to be a bit friendly, they may be considering including you in their next massive suicide ceremony.
The Lodge (2020)
Riley Keough plays both the victim and the tormented in this dark, disturbing horror film, which follows a young woman who has an abusive past trying to make friends with her girlfriend’s children.
Keough’s Grace has made it through a religion run by her father. She was the only one of its members to not commit suicide. Grace is making a new beginning for herself and has begun a relationship with Richard and has 2 kids from an earlier marriage. When Richard is forced to leave Grace in a remote cabin , alone with his children, strange events begin to occur, which cause her to suffer a panic attack and bring back memories of her horrible childhood.
Children are like miniaturized demons , and anyone who’s ever had to be nice to them in the name of the sake of a romance is aware of this, however the kids in this tale are at a different level.
Life After Beth (2014)
The film, a zombie comedy, starring Molly Shannon, John C. Reilly, and Aubrey Plaza, satisfies a specific niche within the genre of dating horror. Sometimes, when an affair ends, we would like to have a second chance to make things right.
This happens to Zach (Dane DeHaan) when his partner Beth (Plaza) abruptly passes away. He is devastated by the loss until he realizes that Beth isn’t dead in any way. She’s climbed up out of her tomb, went back to her house, and appeared as nothing was happening.
Zach does as he pleases for a while, not paying attention to all signs that shout “My friend is an animal!” until Beth’s violent mood shifts and cravings for flesh and blood get too for him to handle.
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Crimson Peak (2015)
Guillermo del Toro’s gorgeous, gothic love story isn’t contemporary in any way, but it’s still an alert to anyone who sees the charming Tom Hiddleston look-alike and wonders whether this man is too good to be real? The answer is yes, it is.
In reality, the character of Hiddleston’s Thomas Sharpe is an expert conman who can trick young women such as Mia Wasikowska’s Edith from their inheritance fortunes to fix up his abandoned childhood home. When the money is gone and he is mentally unstable, he asks his sister (Jessica Chastain, who’s having the most fun as the role of a killer spinster) to poison them with tea or porridge (she’s not picky).
He’s also delighted to fool his bride to believe that the ghosts of his previous lovers don’t haunt her home. It’s like the top layer of the extremely creepy wedding cake.
It Follows (2015)
When you’re “Final Female” from a horror flick even a casual hook-up in the backseat the car could be life-threatening. That’s exactly what Jay (Maika Monroe) finds out after getting an STD sexually transmitted disease in this case , from an encounter.
Like the boy who inherited the curse, Jay is haunted by an entity that is always with her and eventually end her life if she does not get rid of the spirit by sleeping with another person.
With a plethora of scenes of screams and groaning visuals that portray intimateness as something that should be fearful of and questions all things male-centric to sexuality-related beliefs by introducing a wraith who would be a great character in the fight for abstinence.