10. Elvis. Similar but different in the genre of music star biopic, but a solid film nonetheless.
9. Studio 666. Hard to believe that was 2022 as well but I got exactly what I wanted from this movie and I loved it.
8. The Munsters. I. Do. Not. Care. It was great, it was funny, call me this movie's number one fan because it was right up my alley.
7. Nope. Brilliant twisting of classic sci-fi with a firm base in suspense more than horror.
6. X. Again, giving some dimension and depth to a highy familiar style of film and the fact we're getting one more sequel to this makes me very excited indeed.
5. The Unbelievable Weight Of Massive Talent. Any film that acknowledges Paddington 2 and The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari desrves a spot on this list.
4. Pearl. Yeah it was close but Pearl gave that little bit more in no small part due to Mia Goth's performance. And hohoholy shhhit that ending shot.
3. The Batman. You knew it was going to be on here.
2. Licorice Pizza. Might be cheating because it techincally came out December of 2021 but I didn't review it until 2022 and it's my own damn show so bye.
1. Everything Everywhere All At Once. Nothing could top it.
And that is another chapter in my questionable but completely honest Top 10 history. But like I said I saw a lot of movies, and not all of them were good. Shall we make history again?