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Monday, October 19, 2020

Graboids, Ghosts and Witches: 18 New Horror Movies, Games and TV Shows Debuting This Week!

HOLY MOLEY THERE’S A LOT OF HORROR MOVIES AND TV AND VIDEO GAMES THIS MONTH so let’s just get right into it.

This week’s journey into the unknown begins with Unsolved Mysteries: Volume 2! The update of the classic crime and supernatural series returns to Netflix on October 19 with all-new episodes about real-life murders, disappearances and claims of otherworldly experiences.

But you’d better binge Unsolved Mysteries quickly because Tuesday, October 20 is a big one! Horror gamers have a lot to celebrate this week, because the 20th brings Amnesia: Rebirth to PC and PS4. The sequel to the acclaimed horror game Amnesia: The Dark Descent once again takes players on a path towards recovering their memories of a nightmarish experience. In their review on Bloody-Disgusting, critic Neil Bolt calls the Amnesia: Rebirth “a confident, mature, and thoughtful horror game that blends narrative and gameplay in a subtle, yet smart way.”

‘Doom Eternal’

Don’t worry, there’s more scary goodness coming to gaming consoles on October 20! The Metroidvania game The Guise debuts on PC, telling the story of a young boy trapped in the body of a monster, discovering his new abilities and struggling to retain his humanity, and a brand new DLC pack for DOOM Eternal arrives! The Ancient Gods: Part One adds new locations and demons and missions to DOOM Eternal, and will be available on PC, PS4 and Xbox.

October 20 is also a huge day for films! Tremors: Shrieker Island, the seventh film in the beloved Precambrian giant monster series, finds Michael Gross and Jon Heder traveling to a tropical island overrun with Graboids, Shriekers and more deadly creatures in this new DVD/Blu-ray release. John Squires reviewed the film for Bloody-Disgusting and says that, though the series is getting repetitive, if this is indeed the final entry in the original franchise, “The best thing I can say is that it’s at least brought to a close on a touching note.”

‘Tremors: Shrieker Island’

In the Digital realm, October 20 brings with it the new documentary The Mothman Legacy, detailing the history of the bizarre and demonic urban legend which is, allegedly, a harbinger of doom. You can also find The Amityville Harvest debuting on October 20, which takes the long-running horror entity into yet another direction. The sequel Redwood Massacre: Annihilation, starring genre icon Danielle Harris, premieres the same day, and if you missed the Los Angeles-based monster movie Tar in drive-ins, it arrives on VOD on October 20 as well!

Netflix throws some classy thrills our way on October 21, with the premiere of Rebecca, a remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s Best Picture-winning classic about a young bride haunted by her new husband’s mysterious past. Directed by Ben Wheatley (High Rise, Kill List), the film’s impressive cast includes Lily James, Armie Hammer, Kristen Scott Thomas, Sam Riley and Ann Dowd.

‘The Witches’

The latest film from blockbuster filmmaker Robert Zemeckis comes to HBO Max on October 22, and it’s a remake of the family/horror classic The Witches! Originally planned for a theatrical release, the new film stars Anne Hathaway as the leader of an evil organization of witches with sinister plans for the children of the world, and it’s up to Octavia Spencer to stop her.

Also on October 22, Netflix debuts the Norwegian horror thriller Cadaver, about an experimental live-theater experience that turns deadly for the audience, and 32 Malasana Street premieres on Shudder, telling the based-on-a-true-story tale of a haunting in Madrid.

October 23 is another gigantic day for horror fans! After a big debut at Sundance earlier this year, Justin Simien’s new film Bad Hair finally debuts on Hulu, telling the story of a woman in 1989 whose weave takes on an evil mind of its own. In their review at Bloody-Disgusting, Meagan Navarro calls Bad Hair “an off the rails satire that’s guaranteed to be divisive.”

‘Bad Hair’

Elsewhere, in theaters and drive-ins, audiences will be able to see the new release Synchronic, starring Anthony Mackie and Jamie Dornan as EMTs whose nightly rounds are made complicated by a new sci-fi drug that blurs reality and may even involve time travel. The film comes from directors Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson (The Endless), and in Joe Lipsett’s review at Bloody-Disgusting, they say “the film clearly confirms that the pair haven’t lost their enthusiasm for the offbeat.”

Also in theaters on October 23 is The Empty Man, a new supernatural comic book adaptation about teenagers disappearing in a small town, and the police officer whose investigation uncovers a mysterious urban legend. David Prior writes and directs a film starring James Badge Dale, Marin Ireland and Stephen Root. And over in the VOD realm, The Haunting of the Mary Celeste debuts on October 23, telling the based-on-a-true story of a nautical tragedy that occurred in 1872.

But wait, there’s one more Halloween treat! At the end of the day, October 23 debuts Joe Bob’s Halloween Hideaway, an all-new holiday special starring Joe Bob Briggs as he retreats from his usual drive-in, offering up a double feature of scary movies for fans of the genre, exclusively on Shudder.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3637437/graboids-gross-outs-18-new-horror-movies-games-tv-shows-debuting-week/

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