The 10 Best Blumhouse Movies of the 2010s, According to Rotten Tomatoes


Blumhouse Productions has been churning out box office hits for years, with four new movies coming out in 2022. Some of the studio’s products are worth the hype that inevitably comes with them, while others don’t quite live up to expectations. . Almost every film that leaves Blumhouse retains its popularity, with some films, such as get out and Webecoming groundbreaking reimaginings of the horror genre.

Known primarily for horror but specializing in gripping drama, Blumhouse Productions has released films that have received very high ratings on Rotten Tomatoes. Although there were a few flops, several Blumhouse movies from the 2010s made lasting impressions, and the Patent Tomatometer deems them worth watching.


ten Creep (2014) – 90%

Creep 2014 Mark Duplass Peachfuzz Mask

Even though it’s a low-budget movie, Creep offers a new vision of found films. Unlike other found footage films, Creep is both scripted and improvised by scriptwriters and actors, Patrick Brice and Mark Duplass.

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The plot follows a young videographer, Aaron (Brice), in search of a quick buck, leading him to answer an online ad to record the final message of a dying eccentric named Josef (Duplass). With its challenging suspense, unsettling humor and complex characters, Creep earned a 90% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

9 The Gift (2015) – 91%

Multi-layered and character-driven, Gift is a psychological thriller from Blumhouse. The film tells the story of a couple who start receiving “gifts” from an old acquaintance of the husband, which leads the wife to wonder who her husband really is.

It all builds to reveal a horrifying and heartbreaking secret. The ominous twist combined with the chilling suspense makes this film a commendable directorial debut from Joel Edgerton which earned a 91% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

8 Sweetheart (2019) – 93%

Sweetheart (2019)

Released in the late 2010s, Lover is a thrilling survival horror from Blumhouse that also examines isolation and self-discovery. After a young woman (Kiersey Clemons) is stranded on an island, she is forced to battle a malevolent sea creature that resurfaces every night. Both creature horror and survivalist, Lover integrates intensity and tension to create a captivating take on classic genres. Admired for its cinematography and depiction of the complexities of race and class, the film has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 93%.

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seven Hush (2016) – 93%

The man peeks behind Maddie in her cabin at Hush

The Blumhouse Horror Movie, silence, puts a spin on typical horror movie tropes. This cat-and-mouse survival story centers on a deaf-mute woman facing a masked killer who breaks into her home. Given the unique twist on the classic horror plot, most of the film is silent, with less than 15 minutes of dialogue as viewers experience climactic moments from the main character’s perspective. Praised for its chilling atmosphere and heart-pounding suspense, silence is currently sitting at 93% on Rotten Tomatoes.

6 We (2019) – 93%

Lupita Nyong'o in We

Jordan Peele’s second horror film, Weis just as ambitious and poignant as get out. While it implements more sci-fi elements than psychological thrills, it’s another social commentary on race and humanity. The story revolves around a family who encounters four masked strangers, each of whom turns out to look the same as them, and features some of the weirdest moments in Blumhouse’s horror films. We has a 93% Rotten Tomatoes rating, largely due to its disturbingly compelling plot.

5 Camera (2018) – 93%

Madeline Brewer in the horror movie Cam

Considered one of Netflix’s best original horror movies, Cam is a psychological horror about an online cam girl, Alice, who has her online account and identity stolen by a doppelganger. In her efforts to confront her impostor, she becomes entangled in a mystery about the other cam girls on the site. The thriller acts as a cautionary tale and a modern take on the mistaken identity trope. The visual complexity and cinematic techniques of this twisty horror helped Cam earning its 93% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

4 Whiplash (2014) – 94%

JK Simmons as Terrence Fletcher screaming at Miles Teller's Andrew Neiman in Whiplash

While not a horror like most movies that come from Blumhouse, Whiplash is intense and gripping. The drama centers on an ambitious young drummer who aims to be at the top of his elite music academy. As he strives for perfection, his passion borders on obsession as he is driven by a volatile and ruthless instructor. The film is a psychological examination of the toxicity of perfectionism, pride and extreme passion. As one of the best JK Simmons films, Whiplash has a 94% on Rotten Tomatoes.

3 BlacKkKlansman (2018) – 96%

Adam Driver and John David Washington interacting in BlackKklansman

Half comedy, half action, Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman is another not-so-scary but still captivating movie from Blumhouse. It tells the true story of Ron Stallworth, the Colorado Springs Police Department’s first black detective, who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan. Nominated for a multitude of awards including six Oscars, BlacKkKlansmanAmerica’s portrayal of race relations in the 1970s tells a unique, bizarre, and thought-provoking story that earned it a 96% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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2 Get Out (2017) – 98%

Daniel Kaluuya cries and looks terrified in Get Out

Jordan Peele’s first film, get out, is acclaimed for its groundbreaking approach to horror. This slow-paced, satirical thriller is also a sharp social commentary on race, making it a twisted horror film. An interracial couple, Chris and Rose, go away for the weekend to meet Rose’s parents. Chris is sent down a dangerous path as disturbing and unsettling discoveries about his family create psychological turmoil. Complex, clever and full of twists, get out has a 98% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

1 Creep 2 (2017) – 100%

Like its predecessor, creep 2 received a lot of praise. In this sequel, Mark Duplass resumes his role as antagonist. The sequel again focuses on Josef (Duplass), who took the name of the victim in Creep, as he pursues his next target: a YouTuber, Sara. When he offers Sara to record his documentary on life, she accepts, thinking it will boost her fanbase and not understanding the danger that awaits her. While many sequels receive mixed reviews, creep 2 has a rare rating of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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