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Monday, November 15, 2021

Six New Horror Movies Releasing This Week Plus a New Netflix Series from the Director of ‘Train to Busan’!

New horror releases tend to slow down a bit on the road to the holidays, and honestly that’s not a bad thing because it gives us a chance to catch up on all the stuff we missed earlier in the year. During this past Halloween Season alone, so many new movies were released that we can guarantee nobody reading this is entirely caught up, so make good use of the downtime!

Of course, that doesn’t mean we have *nothing* new to look forward to. This week, for starters, six brand new horror movies are on the way, including one of this year’s most anticipated genre movies. I’m of course referring to Jason Reitman’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife, a sequel to the original classics that was originally supposed to release in theaters last summer.

Here’s all the new horror to expect between November 16 – 21st!

We kick the week off with indie horror movie Ankle Biters on Tuesday, November 16, a new movie from Dark Star Pictures that that turns four young sisters into killers.

In Ankle Biters, “Sean, a pro hockey enforcer, has fallen in love with Laura, a widowed mother of four young daughters. When Laura’s children mistake an act of lovemaking as an attack, they plot to protect their mother at all costs and with horrific results.”

You’ll find this one on VOD platforms. Watch the trailer here.

The rest of the week is quiet until this coming Friday, with the biggest release of the weekend of course being Ghostbusters: Afterlife, a sequel to the original two Ghostbusters movies.

And yes, the original cast is back… alongside fresh new faces.

“When a single mom and her two kids arrive in a small town, they begin to discover their connection to the original ghostbusters and the secret legacy their grandfather left behind.”

Bill MurrayDan AykroydErnie HudsonSigourney Weaver and Annie Potts are all coming back for this sequel to the original classic, reprising their iconic and beloved roles.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife will release exclusively in theaters.

It’s already playing in theaters but Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho will be released for On Demand viewing this Friday, giving you the chance to watch Wright’s latest at home.

Last Night in Soho takes us back to London’s Soho district during the Swinging Sixties, with Thomasin McKenzie starring as a fashion designer who uncovers a murder from the past. The victim? Anya Taylor-Joy‘s Sandie, a singer from the ’60s.

In the film, “Eloise, an aspiring fashion designer, is mysteriously able to enter the 1960s where she encounters a dazzling wannabe singer, Sandie. But the glamour is not all it appears to be and the dreams of the past start to crack and splinter into something far darker.”

Blumhouse has joined forces with EPIX to “develop and produce eight elevated, standalone horror/genre-thriller movies exclusively for the network,” the first of which is set to be A House on the Bayou, which will be available to watch this Friday, November 19.

The film will be available for digital purchase same day as the EPIX premiere.

In A House on the Bayou: “In an effort to reconnect and mend their relationship, Jessica and John Chambers (Angela Sarafyan, Paul Schneider) seek an idyllic getaway with their daughter Anna (Lia McHugh) to a remote mansion in rural Louisiana. When suspiciously friendly neighbors show up for dinner uninvited, the weekend takes a sinister turn as the fragile family bond is tested and dark secrets come to light.”

You can watch the trailer for A House on the Bayou right here.

After premiering at the SXSW Film Festival to a variety of positive reviews, IFC Midnight is setting the table for the release of the Welsh-language supernatural revenge horror The Feast, which comes to select theaters, Digital and VOD on November 19th.

The Feast follows a young woman serving privileged guests at a dinner party in a remote house in rural Wales. The assembled guests do not realize they are about to eat their last supper.”

Bloody Disgusting’s Trace Thurman reviewed this one for us out of the SXSW premiere earlier this year, writing that “The Feast is bloody good eco-horror.”

Gorge on the trailer for The Feast while you wait.

Another indie horror movie on the way this Friday is CJ Entertainment’s Hide and Seek, making its way to theaters and VOD platforms this coming November 19 from Saban Films.

“When a wealthy businessman follows a lead to find his missing brother, he dives headlong into a twisted underworld of squatters and vagrants that threatens to tear apart his family as he struggles to maintain his sanity.”

A remake of the same-titled South Korean movie from 2013, Hide and Seek was directed by Hatchet star Joel David Moore. You can watch an exclusive clip right here.

Netflix is heading “Hellbound” with Yeon Sang-ho, the Korean director behind Train to Busan and its sequel Peninsula. The series premieres globally on November 19, 2021.

Based on the Korean webtoon “Hell,” “Hellbound” tells a story of surviving under social chaos when a group of supernatural beings appear and condemn people to hell….

“Unearthly beings deliver bloody condemnations, sending individuals to hell and giving rise to a religious group founded on the idea of divine justice.”

The final trailer takes you “Hellbound” right here.


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