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Monday, November 29, 2021

4 New Horror Movies & Shows Releasing This Week Including Shudder’s Christmas Horror ‘The Advent Calendar’

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The holiday season is always a bit of a slow time for the horror genre, but we still have much to look forward to here in the final month of 2021. For starters, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (read Meagan’s review) is now playing in theaters, and big new releases including Halloween Kills: Extended Cut and Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley are still on the way.

What are we looking forward to in the first week of December, you ask?

Here’s all the new horror arriving between November 29-December 5!


Eugénie Derouand as Eva – The Advent Calendar – Photo Credit: JEAN-CLAUDE LOTHER/Shudder

The first new release for the week doesn’t arrive until Thursday, December 2nd with The Advent Calendar, an original holiday horror movie that’s coming exclusively to Shudder.

The streaming service describes writer/director Patrick Ridremont’s film as an “ornate and elegant French horror fantasy.” Shudder further teases, “Combining Faustian themes and allusions with European folklore and tense, chilling terror, the Shudder Original film provides some highly original holiday season horror.”‘

Eva (Eugénie DerouandParis Police 1900), an ex-dancer, is now using a wheelchair, unable to walk. When her friend Sophie (Honorine MagnierTomorrow is Ours) gives her an old wooden antique advent calendar before Christmas, she realizes each window contains a surprise that triggers repercussions in real life. Some of them are good, but most of them are bad, really bad. Now Eva will have to choose between getting rid of the calendar or walking again – even if it causes death and destruction to everyone she holds dear around her.

Unlock the first door by watching the trailer right here.


The dark holiday fun continues with Silent Night this Friday, which is coming to theaters and AMC+ on December 3rd. The film marks Camille Griffin’s directorial debut.

Keira Knightley stars in the “darkly comedic drama.” The film, focusing on a group of friends that comes together for an eventful Christmas dinner, also stars Matthew GoodeRoman Griffin Davis, Annabelle WallisLily-Rose DeppṢọpé Dìrísù, Kirby Howell-BaptisteLucy Punch, Rufus Jones, and Trudie Styler, among others.

“Nell and Simon have invited their closest friends to join their family for Christmas dinner at their idyllic home in the English countryside. As the group comes together, it feels like old times – but behind all of the laughter and merriment, something is not quite right. The world outside is facing impending doom, and no amount of gifts, games or Prosecco can make mankind’s imminent destruction go away. Surviving the holidays just got a lot more complicated.”

Watch the official trailer from RLJE Films right here.


A man with species identity disorder believes he’s a beast in the new movie Wolf from Focus Features. Nathalie Biancheri (Nocturnal) directed Wolf, releasing in theaters on December 3.

In the film, “Believing he is a wolf trapped in a human body, Jacob (George MacKay) eats, sleeps, and lives like a wolf – much to the shock of his family.

“When he’s sent to a clinic, Jacob and his animal-bound peers are forced to undergo increasingly extreme forms of ‘curative’ therapies. However once he meets the mysterious Wildcat (Lily-Rose Depp), and as their friendship blossoms into an undeniable infatuation, Jacob is faced with a challenge: will he renounce his true self for love.”

Is he man or wolf? Watch the trailer here.


The final new release for the week is the fourth season of Netflix‘s animated series “Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous,” which will be taking us to a whole new island this Friday.

The third season of “Camp Cretaceous” ended with the tease that the kids have finally made their way off the island, defeating the terrifying Scorpius Rex and evading capture by Dr. Wu and his villainous mercenaries. They’ve found themselves on a boat to freedom, but it seems at least one dinosaur managed to make its way onto the boat before they departed.

And they’re about to be re-routed to a fresh new island of dino-terrors, which seems to be packed with everything from a sabretooth tiger to… robotic dinosaur creatures?!

This is an island previously unseen in the Jurassic canon,” showrunner Scott Kreamer tells Entertainment Weekly. “The kids, basically, are gonna have to figure out what the heck is going on as opposed to other seasons where the audience was ahead of them.”

Preview this latest round of dino terror with the official trailer right here.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3693758/4-new-horror-movies-shows-releasing-week-including-shudders-christmas-horror-advent-calendar/

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