The last week of October has some more scary surprises in store for Halloween this Sunday night. The following list will take you to all the remarkable new horror movies and TV shows that are streaming, VOD and cinemas during the week of October 25-31.
Some of the new horror movies that are released include highly anticipated movies like Horns and Last night in Soho. Netflix also has No one sleeps in the woods tonight Pt. 2, Hypnotic and Army of Darkness prequel Army of Thieves comes out between Wednesday and Friday. In Shudder, you will find its sequel Horror Noire in a scary anthology film and fascinating documentaries Behind the Monsters.
Keep reading to see what other exciting horror content is coming this week!
New horror in Shudder this week
Shudder brings us this week Behind the Monsters, a documentary that takes us back to some of the most iconic horror legends of the genre, such as Chucky, Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers, Pinhead and others. The series starts on Wednesday, October 27.
On Thursday, October 28, you can watch the news Horror Noire an anthology film, a sequel to the successful Shudder documentary, combining six horror stories by black filmmakers and emerging talents.
New horror movies on Netflix this week
Kate Siegel appears in the new thriller Hypnotic, which begins its flow on Wednesday, October 27th. This is the first film Siegel has made in a while that is not a collaboration between her and her husband, the horror icon Mike Flanagan. Siegel plays a young woman who seeks help from a hypnotist. Also starring Dulé Hill and Jason O’Mara.
It also hits Netflix on Wednesday, October 27th No one sleeps in the woods tonight Part 2, a sequel to the Polish horror film released last year. On Friday, October 29, you can watch it Army of the Dead prequel, Army of Thieves, which focuses on Dieter and a robbery he committed across Europe.
New horror movies in cinemas this week
After more than a year of waiting, the film produced by Guillermo del Toro Horns, starring Keri Russell and Jessie Plemons, will hit theaters this week on Friday, October 29th. It was originally scheduled for its debut in April 2020, Horns postponed twice due to pandemic. Russell impersonates a teacher who is worried when she learns that a young boy in his class is keeping a supernatural creature at home.
The long-awaited psychological terror of Edgar Wright Last night in Soho finally comes out on Friday 29 Oct. Similar to Horns, the operation of Wright was also repeatedly delayed due to the pandemic.
Anya Taylor-Joy starring as a young woman named Eloise, who is transported back in time to 1966, where she is inside the body of an iconic nightclub singer. But Eloise soon discovers that the singer’s life is not as bright as it seems at first glance.
More horror news will be released this week
The latest blockbuster entry Paranormal activity The franchise is released this week exclusively on Paramount +. You can see Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin, the seventh film in the series, on Friday, October 29. This movie is considered a “soft” restart of the franchise.
If you are in the mood for science fiction, the restart of the 2004 series by the CW The 4400 starts tonight. It’s just called 4400, the new series follows a group of 4,400 people who disappear from different eras over time to reappear simultaneously in the same place in 2021.
The spine of the night is an adult transcendence animated film coming to VOD on Friday, October 29th. He has an impressive voice with Betty Gabriel, Joe Manganiello, Patton Oswalt, Richard E. Grant and Lucy Lawless.
It ‘s Out is also available on VOD this Friday. The creepy movie is about a famous psychologist trying to make a documentary about an agoraphobic woman. They soon learn that he is surrounded by something dark and supernatural.
As part of the ongoing Terror on Tubi, the free streaming service will release a new movie, Harland Mansion, on Friday 29 Oct. By Steven R. Monroe, his director I spat on your grave (2010), comes a new story of paranormal researchers who go to control the mysterious Harland Manor only to find evil ghosts that live there.
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