A24 Horror Movies Ranked From Worst to Best

Have you seen the Kevin Smith movie where he turns Justin Long into a walrus?


A24 has a reputation as one of the coolest indie movie “brands” today.

Through dozens of films (including “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” which swept the Oscars earlier this year – yes, that was earlier this year), they have established themselves as arbiters of extremely good taste, maintaining relationships with their favorite filmmakers while taking big swings on new talent. They have also shown themselves to be crack marketers of their own product (how many boutique film studios inspire young fans to sweat sweatshirts emblazoned with their logo?)

This brand awareness is quite powerful. Younger filmgoers know an A24 movie when they see them; and they go see movies because the studio is behind them. This knowingness, a contract between the studio and the audience, extends to A24’s horror output, which is even more easily identifiable. “It’s an A24 horror movie,” you’ll say. And whoever you’re talking to will know exactly what you mean. Maybe it’s a little folksy, maybe it’s a little techy, but it’ll always be cutting edge and probably deeply disturbing.

With “Talk to Me” heating up 2023 and the company’s first true horror franchise expanding with “X” sequel “MaXXXine” coming soon, we figured it would be a good time to rank every A24 horror movie. The results are pretty scary.