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Every Elizabeth Olsen Horror Movie Ranked Worst to Best

A remake of the Argentinian horror of the same name, 2011’s Silent House is a haunted house chiller notable for appearing to be shot in one continuous take (despite the hype, the movie actually consists of a handful of takes cut together to seem seamless). Unfortunately, that’s all that is notable about this slow, exploitative, and predictable horror. While Silent House was already overlong and over-reliant on Olsen’s performance, like 2010’s Nightmare On Elm Street remake, a tasteless twist pushed this movie into outright awful status.

3. Red Lights

While 2010’s Buried proved that director Rodrigo Cortes could do a lot with a little, his 2012 follow-up Red Lights also showed that he could also make very little out of an all-star cast and a killer premise. Ostensibly about Cillian Murphy and Sigourney Weaver’s professional skeptics debunking Robert DeNiro’s “psychic,” Red Lights gradually reveals itself to be a deeper, twistier psychological mystery than it initially seems. It’s a shame, then, that it’s one that unfortunately never takes its paranormal elements far enough to really sing.

2. Godzilla

Gareth Edwards’ 2014 Godzilla is dark, slow, and often surprisingly sad, but it’s also a spectacular monster movie with heart. Admittedly, the later Alexander Skarsgård horror Godzilla Vs Kong will be a far better fit for genre fans who just want some giant monster-focused fun. However, Godzilla deserves plaudits for taking a different tact and trying to tell a more soulful story than most “giant radioactive lizard lays waste to a city” movies ever attempt.

1. Martha Macy May Marlene

Martha Macy May Marlene is an unbearably tense psychological thriller that plants viewers in the head of Olsen’s cult survivor as she attempts to lead a normal life after escaping an unhinged cult leader. Harrowing, horrifying, and fascinating in equal measure, Martha Macy May Marlene is both a chilling experience and a fantastic calling card for the young Olsen. It’s a subtler sort of horror than everything else on this list, but Martha Macy May Marlene proved that future Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness star Elizabeth Olsen had a bright future ahead of her (despite being the most memorably dark movie in the actor’s impressive back catalog).


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Every Elizabeth Olsen Horror Movie Ranked Worst to Best

A remake of the Argentinian horror of the same name, 2011’s Silent House is a haunted house chiller notable for appearing to be shot in one continuous take (despite the hype, the movie actually consists of a handful of takes cut together to seem seamless). Unfortunately, that’s all that is notable about this slow, exploitative, and predictable horror. While Silent House was already overlong and over-reliant on Olsen’s performance, like 2010’s Nightmare On Elm Street remake, a tasteless twist pushed this movie into outright awful status.
3. Red Lights

While 2010’s Buried proved that director Rodrigo Cortes could do a lot with a little, his 2012 follow-up Red Lights also showed that he could also make very little out of an all-star cast and a killer premise. Ostensibly about Cillian Murphy and Sigourney Weaver’s professional skeptics debunking Robert DeNiro’s “psychic,” Red Lights gradually reveals itself to be a deeper, twistier psychological mystery than it initially seems. It’s a shame, then, that it’s one that unfortunately never takes its paranormal elements far enough to really sing.

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2. Godzilla

Gareth Edwards’ 2014 Godzilla is dark, slow, and often surprisingly sad, but it’s also a spectacular monster movie with heart. Admittedly, the later Alexander Skarsgård horror Godzilla Vs Kong will be a far better fit for genre fans who just want some giant monster-focused fun. However, Godzilla deserves plaudits for taking a different tact and trying to tell a more soulful story than most “giant radioactive lizard lays waste to a city” movies ever attempt.
1. Martha Macy May Marlene

Martha Macy May Marlene is an unbearably tense psychological thriller that plants viewers in the head of Olsen’s cult survivor as she attempts to lead a normal life after escaping an unhinged cult leader. Harrowing, horrifying, and fascinating in equal measure, Martha Macy May Marlene is both a chilling experience and a fantastic calling card for the young Olsen. It’s a subtler sort of horror than everything else on this list, but Martha Macy May Marlene proved that future Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness star Elizabeth Olsen had a bright future ahead of her (despite being the most memorably dark movie in the actor’s impressive back catalog).

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Every Elizabeth Olsen Horror Movie Ranked Worst to Best

A remake of the Argentinian horror of the same name, 2011’s Silent House is a haunted house chiller notable for appearing to be shot in one continuous take (despite the hype, the movie actually consists of a handful of takes cut together to seem seamless). Unfortunately, that’s all that is notable about this slow, exploitative, and predictable horror. While Silent House was already overlong and over-reliant on Olsen’s performance, like 2010’s Nightmare On Elm Street remake, a tasteless twist pushed this movie into outright awful status.
3. Red Lights

While 2010’s Buried proved that director Rodrigo Cortes could do a lot with a little, his 2012 follow-up Red Lights also showed that he could also make very little out of an all-star cast and a killer premise. Ostensibly about Cillian Murphy and Sigourney Weaver’s professional skeptics debunking Robert DeNiro’s “psychic,” Red Lights gradually reveals itself to be a deeper, twistier psychological mystery than it initially seems. It’s a shame, then, that it’s one that unfortunately never takes its paranormal elements far enough to really sing.

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2. Godzilla

Gareth Edwards’ 2014 Godzilla is dark, slow, and often surprisingly sad, but it’s also a spectacular monster movie with heart. Admittedly, the later Alexander Skarsgård horror Godzilla Vs Kong will be a far better fit for genre fans who just want some giant monster-focused fun. However, Godzilla deserves plaudits for taking a different tact and trying to tell a more soulful story than most “giant radioactive lizard lays waste to a city” movies ever attempt.
1. Martha Macy May Marlene

Martha Macy May Marlene is an unbearably tense psychological thriller that plants viewers in the head of Olsen’s cult survivor as she attempts to lead a normal life after escaping an unhinged cult leader. Harrowing, horrifying, and fascinating in equal measure, Martha Macy May Marlene is both a chilling experience and a fantastic calling card for the young Olsen. It’s a subtler sort of horror than everything else on this list, but Martha Macy May Marlene proved that future Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness star Elizabeth Olsen had a bright future ahead of her (despite being the most memorably dark movie in the actor’s impressive back catalog).

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