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The 10 Most Terrifying A24 Horror Films, Ranked

Asking a fan to pick their 10 favorite horror films from A24 is already like asking them to choose between children, but ranking them? Now, that just sounds like the set-up to a horror fan's version of "The Hunger Games" ... which is "Battle Royale," but that's beside the point. Since the independent production studio debuted in 2012, they've amassed a reputation for putting out some of the best, most unique, and most terrifying horror films of the new millennium. Their distinct style has been embraced by many, and ridiculed by some, but it ultimately proves that they're a powerhouse in the fiercely competitive genre of horror.

With Alex Garland's "Men" and the SXSW hit "Bodies, Bodies, Bodies" heading our way soon, this offers us the perfect opportunity to revisit the vast collection of A24 horror, and rank them on a completely subjective metric that horror fans will surely be super chill about and not-at-all viscerally reactive towards on social media. So without further ado, here's the 10 most terrifying A24 horror films, ranked.

https://www.slashfilm.com/854971/the-10-most-terrifying-a24-horror-films-ranked/

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