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Tuesday, November 2, 2021

6 New Horror Movies Releasing This Week and Showtime’s “Dexter” is Back With a New Season!

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Another Halloween may be over, but as we always like to say, it is *always* Halloween when you’re reading Bloody Disgusting and following us on the various social media platforms.

What we mean by that is, well, there are *always* new horror movies being released every single week, and we are going to continue to spotlight each week’s new crop here on BD.

Here’s all the new horror arriving between November 2nd-7th, 2021!

We kick the week off with the release of The Spore today, a new horror movie from Lionsgate that centers on a toxic infection that turns humans, naturally, into gooey monsters.

In the film, “Fleeing from civilization as a horrific plague ravages mankind, Meadow gets a lift from a stranger. When she sees that the driver is gruesomely infected, Meadow escapes and takes refuge in a cabin that’s abandoned…or is it? The apocalypse started days earlier when an evil spore, long dormant beneath an ancient ice field, was awakened by global warming.

“Now, as ten strangers try to evade the madness, some must succumb to the hideously mutating fungus and claim the survivors as their bitter prey.”

We debuted the trailer back in September, and you can watch it here.

Today’s other new release horror movie is Night at Eagle Inn, the latest feature from Erik Bloomquist, who saw his Ten Minutes to Midnight premiere at last year’s Popcorn Frights.

Popcorn Frights described this one as “equal parts The Innkeepers, The Shining, and Vacancy,” calling it “a fast-paced horror-mystery laden with intrigue, black comedy, and plenty of scares.”

Watch the trailer and learn more here.

Moving on to this Thursday, November 4th, Shudder will premiere the new vampire movie Dead & Beautiful, which looks to be a stylish new take on the classic bloodsuckers.

In Dead & Beautiful, five rich, spoiled Asian twenty-somethings (Gijs Blom, Aviis Zhong, Yen Tsao, Philip Juan, Anechka Marchenko) are suffering from upper class ennui, unsure how to spend their days when so little is expected from them.

In search of excitement, the five friends form the “Circle,” a group where they take turns designing a unique, extravagant experience for the others. But things go wrong when the privileged urbanites awaken after a night out, to find they have developed vampire fangs and an unquenchable thirst for flesh, blood, and adventure at any price.

You’ll find a sneak-peek clip along with the trailer here.

Friday, November 5th will see the release of three brand new horror movies, the first of which is our most anticipated movie of the week, underwater haunted house movie The Deep House.

French filmmaking duo Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo, best known for their ultra-violent Inside, as well as Livide and Leatherface, are next diving into aquatic horror with The Deep House, in which a couple of divers discover a haunting in the depths of a lake.

The Deep House is shot almost entirely underwater and follows an influencer couple (James Jagger and Camille Rowe) who go diving in a remote French lake only to discover a fully submerged haunted house. The film will premiere on EPIX on November 5 and will also be available for digital purchase from Paramount Home Entertainment on the very same day.

Take a peek inside The Deep House right now.

The Wolf of Snow Hollow director Jim Cummings is also back on Friday with his new movie The Beta Test, coming to Select Theaters, Digital Platforms and VOD on November 5, 2021.

Cummings wrote and directed the film, and he also stars.

“Shortly before his wedding, ruthless talent agent Jordan (Jim Cummings) receives a mysterious envelope offering no-strings-attached sex with a stranger in a hotel room. Initially amused, then intrigued, he becomes obsessed by the idea of a secret erotic adventure and impulsively accepts. But will he regret his choices when his meticulous, superficial world threatens to collapse under the weight of his burgeoning lies?”

Watch the trailer for The Beta Test here.

In addition to being included with Severin’s folk horror box set All the Haunts Be Ours, which will be released in December, Keir-La Janisse‘s award-winning documentary Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched (read Meagan’s review) will be coming to VOD this Friday.

Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched explores the folk horror phenomenon from its beginnings in a trilogy of films – Michael Reeves’ Witchfinder General (1968), Piers Haggard’s Blood on Satan’s Claw (1971) and Robin Hardy’s The Wicker Man (1973) – through its proliferation on British television in the 1970s and its culturally specific manifestations in American, Asian, Australian and European horror, to the genre’s revival over the last decade.

“Touching on over 200 films and featuring over 50 interviewees, Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched investigates the many ways that we alternately celebrate, conceal and manipulate our own histories in an attempt to find spiritual resonance in our surroundings.”

The biggest new release for this week is of course the return of Showtime’s “Dexter,” with the brand new batch of “Dexter: New Blood” episodes premiering this Sunday, November 7th.

Michael C. Hall stars in Showtime‘s upcoming revival of “Dexter,” a continuation of the original series that will essentially allow Showtime to make up for the show’s original finale.

“Set 10 years after Dexter went missing in the eye of Hurricane Laura, Dexter: New Blood finds him living under an assumed name in the fictional small town of Iron Lake, New York. Dexter may be embracing his new life, but in the wake of unexpected events in this close-knit community, his Dark Passenger inevitably beckons.”

The revival’s official trailer sees Dexter attempting to keep his inner beast at bay, but new threats seem to be poking the bear at every turn. And it won’t be long before he kills again…


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