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Tuesday, July 12, 2022

5 New Horror Movies Released Today and “What We Do in the Shadows” Returns!

It’s only the second day of the week and already FIVE brand new horror movies have just been released at home, so let’s not waste any time and jump right into it, shall we?

Here’s all the new horror available today, July 12, 2022!

Valley of the Dead

Over on Netflix, Spanish horror movie Valley of the Dead is now streaming.

In the Netflix Original, “During the Spanish Civil War, a small group of sworn enemies must work together when they encounter flesh-eating zombies created in a Nazi experiment.”

Javier Ruiz Caldera and Alberto De Toro directed Valley of the Dead (aka Malnazidos), which Netflix describes as being a “violent” and “irreverent” horror-military movie.

Welcome to Hell (Bienvenidos al Infierno) Screambox Original

The Bloody Disgusting-powered SCREAMBOX streaming service has just debuted another original horror movie today, the Argentinian film Welcome to Hell (Bienvenidos al Infierno)!

Available on SCREAMBOX and VOD platforms, the film follows a terrified mother-to-be who is desperate to escape her murderous ex that’s part of a satanic death metal band.

“Desperate to escape the dangerous and deadly leader of a satanic death metal band, mother-to-be Lucia moves to a remote cabin in the forest with her grandmother. Though safe in her surroundings, she is haunted by his memory and knows he will stop at nothing to track her down.”

Jimena Monteoliva (Clementina) directed Welcome to Hell.

Watch Welcome to Hell on SCREAMBOX now!

While we wait for Netflix and Mike Flanagan’s series “The Fall of the House of Usher,” indie horror movie The Fall of Usher from Mutiny Pictures similarly adapts Edgar Allan Poe tales.

Mill Creek Entertainment brings the film to Digital today, July 12th.

Based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe, a young man caring for his terminally ill father gets pulled into a maelstrom of murder, madness and the macabre.

The horror film stars Spencer Korcz (Wretch, One Wrong Step), James Tackett (Overtime, United We Fall), Savannah Schafer (Night of 1000 Clowns, Beasts of the Field), Rita Hight (Roman Citizen, Bullitt Country), and is written and directed by Brian Cunningham.

Paying tribute to 1980s slashers, The Bloody Man is now available from Wild Eye Releasing, with Nightmare on Elm Street stars Tuesday Knight and Lisa Wilcox featured in the cast.

From director Daniel Benedict, The Bloody Man released on Digital today.

Penned by Daniel and Casi Benedict, and produced by Red Serial Films, the film tells of a young boy who, after the death of his mother, becomes obsessed with a comic book she gave him that ultimately summons the ancient monster found in its pages.

Mercedez Varble, Dan Eardley, Jason Crowe, Roni Jonah and KateLynn E. Newberry join Wilcox and Knight in the film, which is said to “encompass high-end production values and plays like a cocktail of A Nightmare On Elm Street, The Goonies and Stranger Things.”

The final new horror movie release for the day is Neon Lights, which Momentum Pictures has brought to VOD platforms today. Neon Lights was directed by Rouzbeh Heydari.

In the film, “Guests begin disappearing in an off-grid location, during a family reunion of misfit siblings and their offspring.” The film is said to feature a “bone-chilling killing spree.”

Dana Abraham, Brenna Coates, Brit MacRae, Stephen Tracey, Rene Escobar Jr, Erika Swayze, Lauren Howe and Kim Coates star in Neon Lights.

On the small screen, FX’s hilarious hit series “What We Do in the Shadows” is back for its fourth season tonight, airing at 10pm EST on FX and available starting tomorrow on Hulu.

Here’s what you can expect from “What We Do in the Shadows” Season 4…

Based on the feature film by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, the series documents the nightly exploits of vampire roommates Nandor (Kayvan Novak), Laszlo (Matt Berry), Nadja (Natasia Demetriou) and Colin Robinson (Mark Proksch) as they navigate the modern world of Staten Island with the help of their human familiar, Guillermo (Harvey Guillén).

“In the shocking season three finale, Nandor, Guillermo and Nadja left Staten Island to go their separate ways while Laszlo stayed home to care for the creature that clawed its way out of the chest cavity of the deceased Colin Robinson — aka Baby Colin. This season, the vampires return to Staten Island to find their mansion on the verge of total structural collapse — and with no money to repair it. While Nandor’s eternal search for love finally yields results, Nadja finally realizes her dream of opening the hottest vampire nightclub in the Tri-State Area.

“Laszlo struggles with the question of nature versus nurture as he tries raising Baby Colin to be anything other than an energy vampire. And even Guillermo finds himself on a powerful emotional track that touches on his love for his family, and for others.

“With such terrifying locations as the secret supernatural Night Market, the Jersey Pine Barrens and a wedding altar, and with more strange beasts, surprising guest stars and tap dancing than ever, season four of What We Do in the Shadows continues to make the case for blood and comedy. And this time with just a touch of home renovation.”

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