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Tuesday, October 11, 2022

14 New Horror Movies Releasing This Week Including ‘Halloween Ends’ and the Return of Argento!

Can you believe we’re already less than three weeks until Halloween? What does that mean for horror fans? Well, it means A WHOLE LOT of brand new releases are headed our way!

In fact, another 14 BRAND NEW HORROR MOVIES are releasing this week alone, including the return of a horror master and the final battle between two iconic horror legends.

Here’s all the new horror releasing October 10 – October 16, 2022!


Another Hulu Original horror movie has arrived for the Halloween season, with Hulu unleashing the meme-based Grimcutty to kick off the week’s new releases just yesterday.

In the new Hulu horror movie, “A suburban teen girl and her little brother must stop a terrifying internet meme brought to life by the hysteria of their parents.”

John Ross (“The Birch”) directed Grimcutty for Hulu’s “Huluween” lineup this year.

Usman Ally (VEEPA Series of Unfortunate Events), Shannyn Sossamon (Wayward PinesSleepy Hollow), Callan Farris (Gabby Duran & the Unsittables), Alona Tal (SEAL Team), and Kayden Koshalev (Search PartyThe Tragedy of Macbeth) star in Grimcutty.

Watch the Grimcutty official trailer below and be careful with those memes out there…

After being released in limited theaters last month, Spirit Halloween: The Movie was unleashed at home today, the horror film now available across all major VOD platforms.

Spirit Halloween: The Movie is the feature directorial debut of David Poag and stars Christopher Lloyd, Rachael Leigh Cook, Marla Gibbs, and a fantastic cast of up-and-coming talent, including Donovan Colan, Marissa Reyes, Jaiden J. Smith and Dylan Martin Frankel, many of whom are making their big screen debuts.

The film tells the story of three middle school friends who spend the night locked inside a Spirit Halloween store, only to discover that the store is haunted.

It features a wide range of animatronics characters and set pieces created by Spirit Halloween.

Vernon Wells (The Road Warrior)Devanny Pinn (House of Manson) and Venus DeMilo Thomas (Family Matters) star in winter horror movie Frost, available on VOD today.

Cleopatra Entertainment recently announced that they had finished production on the horror movie, which was directed by Brandon Slagle with the story by James Cullen Bressack and screenplay by Robert Thompson. The movie was filmed on location in the San Bernardino mountains in southern California during the winter of 2020.

The film tells the story of a young woman and her estranged father who have to fight to survive after being stranded on a remote mountainside during a winter storm.

Filmed prior to the ongoing pandemic, director Shawn Burkett returns to camp for the sequel Don’t Fuck in the Woods 2, which is finally now available on Digital today.

Exclusively watch the bloody slasher sequel’s RED BAND trailer below.

In the sequel to the 2016 slasher, “The counselors of Pine Hills Summer Camp are getting the grounds ready for the upcoming summer season. While they set up, a mysterious girl enters the camp, terrified from a horrific night of bloodshed. Little do they know, something in the woods is heading for the camp.”

Producer Chris Gierowski teases, “It is still a micro-budget horror, but you can tell the difference in quality compared to the first.”

Burkett and Cheyenne Gordon wrote the sequel, which stars Brittany Blanton, Cheyenne Gordon, Kaylee Williams, Nessa Moore, Mark Justice, Jason Crowe, Kayla Elizabeth, Tom Komisar, Alex Gottmann, Kenzie Phillips, Savanna Howard and Brandy Mason.

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Horror master Dario Argento is back with his first movie in ten years, and Shudder will be the exclusive home of the Giallo film Dark Glasses beginning on Thursday, October 13!

The Italian title for the Rome-set Giallo is Occhiali Neri.

Ilenia Pastorelli stars as “a prostitute blinded by a serial killer in a botched attack who takes in a young Chinese boy, whose life has also been abruptly altered forever by the maniac’s actions. He will become her ally in a terrifying struggle to see off the serial killer forever.”

Pastorelli is joined in the cast by big-screen debutant Andrea Zhang as the young boy as well as Dario’s daughter Asia Argento (Land of the Dead) in a supporting role.

Argento is a horror titan, bringing 50 years of horror including masterworks The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, Deep Red, Suspiria, Tenebre, Phenomena, Inferno, and Opera.

We’re just days away from the release of Halloween Ends on Peacock and in theaters, with the final film in David Gordon Green‘s sequel trilogy slashing our way on October 14.

The big selling point for Halloween Ends is that it’s set to deliver the FINAL battle between Jamie Lee Curtis‘s Laurie Strode and Michael Myers, with the promise that one of them probably won’t be surviving. Place your bets and don’t miss it at home and in theaters.

Here’s the official plot synopsis for Halloween Ends: “Four years after the events of last year’s Halloween Kills, Laurie is living with her granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) and is finishing writing her memoir. Michael Myers hasn’t been seen since. Laurie, after allowing the specter of Michael to determine and drive her reality for decades, has decided to liberate herself from fear and rage and embrace life. But when a young man, Corey Cunningham (Rohan Campbell), is accused of killing a boy he was babysitting, it ignites a cascade of violence and terror that will force Laurie to finally confront the evil she can’t control, once and for all.”

Nick Castle, the original Michael Myers, had recently noted that Halloween Ends will be a “surprising” conclusion to David Gordon Green‘s trilogy, while makeup effects artist Chris Nelson similarly teased that the third installment in the trilogy is “weird” and “different.” And John Carpenter had also called the new movie a “departure” in a recent interview.

Halloween Ends will also feature the return of Will Patton as Officer Frank Hawkins, Kyle Richards as Lindsey Wallace and James Jude Courtney as The Shape/Michael Myers.

After premiering at Sundance last year, the horror film Piggy (read Meagan’s review) is now headed home from Magnet Releasing, available on Digital beginning this Friday.

In the Spanish horror film from writer/director Carlota Pereda

“With the summer sun beating down on her rural Spanish town, Sara hides away in her parent’s butcher shop. A teenager whose excess weight makes her the target of incessant bullying, she flees a clique of capricious girls who torment her at the town pool, only to stumble upon them being brutally kidnapped by a stranger, who drives off with them in his van.

“When the police begin asking questions, Sara keeps quiet. Intrigued by the stranger — an interest that’s mutual — she’s torn between revealing the truth and protecting the man who saved her.”

Laura Galán stars in Piggy.

Meagan wrote in her Sundance review, “Piggy gives viewers a lot to chew on in this intimate morality tale carried by Galán’s haunting performance. Every bit of Sara’s helplessness, fear, anguish, rage, and even attraction is tangible. Pereda casts an unflinching eye on Sara, making it feel even more personal through the aspect ratio and restraint in specific types of violence.

“That restraint makes Piggy more horror adjacent than outright horror, but its impact is keenly felt all the same,” Meagan’s review continues.

Netflix is celebrating Halloween with The Curse of Bridge Hollow, which looks to be this year’s Hubie Halloween and deliver spooky fun for the whole family on the road to the big day.

Directed by Jeff Wadlow (Truth or Dare), The Curse of Bridge Hollow arrives on October 14.

Watch the official The Curse of Bridge Hollow trailer below, which brings Halloween decorations to life and reminds of Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween from back in 2018!

In the film, “A father (Marlon WayansScary Movie) and his teenage daughter (Priah Ferguson, “Stranger Things”) are forced to team up and save their town after an ancient and mischievous spirit causes Halloween decorations to come to life and wreak havoc.”

Kelly Rowland, Rob Riggle, John Michael Higgins, Nia Vardalos, Lauren Lapkus, Holly J. Barrett, Myles Vincent Perez, Abi Monterey, and Helen Slayton-Hughes also star.

‘Bitch Ass’ SXSW Review – New Masked Killer Plays With Slasher Formula and Creativity

Fresh off the film’s premiere at SXSW, the slasher movie Bitch Ass was acquired by Quiver Distribution, and the label will be releasing the film at home beginning this Friday.

“Following an enthusiastic reception at SXSW, we look forward to bringing Bitch Ass to horror fans across America who will undoubtedly appreciate the mix of comedy and thrills Bill [Posley] brings to this unique genre film,” said Quiver’s Berry Meyerowitz and Jeff Sackman.

If you’ve ever wanted to see Tony Todd play a Cryptkeeper-like horror host, Bitch Ass (read Meagan’s review) has got you covered in that department.

Meagan explains, “Bitch Ass opens with Tony Todd, playing himself, as a Tales from the Crypt-like curator and host to introduce the tale. It sets up the potential for a brand-new cinematic anthology, but more importantly, it instills the tone. Bitch Ass might carve up some kills and touch on serious subject matter, but it’s out to deliver an entertaining time most of all.”

In Bitch Ass, directed by Bill Posley

“In 1999 a gang initiation goes wrong when recruits break into the deadly game house of cinema’s first Black masked serial killer. Think Don’t Breathe meets Squid Games, but… Black.”

Sheaun McKinney, Tunde Laleye, Me’Lisa Sellers, and Teon Kelly star.

In the wake of last year’s Willy’s WonderlandKevin Lewis is back with The Accursed, starring Mena Suvari and set for release in theaters and on various VOD platforms on Friday.

Lewis recently told Bloody Disgusting, “This film is inspired by great true horror gems like Rosemary’s Baby, The Omen, and The Changeling. Where Willy’s Wonderland was a salute to the 80s, this is my love letter to vintage horror from the 70s.”

In the film…

Elly (Sarah Grey) is asked by a family friend (Mena Suvari) to spend a few days looking after an elderly woman (Meg Foster) living in a remote cabin. She readily agrees thinking a short trip to the woods will be a nice escape. The cabin turns out to be anything but relaxing as Elly begins hallucinating in ways that blur reality with her dreams. As the visions take over, Elly realizes that she was lured there by a demonic presence hiding inside of the woman just waiting to break free.

Old Man trailer

Lucky McKee (May, The Woman) is back with brand new horror movie Old Man starring Stephen Lang (Don’t Breathe), coming to theaters and Digital platforms on October 14.

Old Man unfolds as a lost hiker stumbles upon an erratic old man living in the woods. That chance encounter triggers an unimaginable nightmare.”

Marc Senter (Starry Eyes), Liana Wright-Mark (Ocean’s 8), and Patch Darragh (“Succession”) co-star.

Joel Veach wrote the script for Old Man. Aaron B. Koontz (“The Pale Door”), Cameron Burns (“Scare Package”) and Ashleigh Snead (“The Block Island Sound”) produced for Paper Street.

“We’re excited to work with Lucky McKee, Stephen Lang and the film’s producing team on another project that is certain to thrill audiences,” said Mark Ward, chief acquisitions officer of RLJE Films. “The incredibly talented team behind this film has entertained genre film enthusiasts over the years and ‘Old Man’ is no exception.”

Park Chan-wook, the master filmmaker behind Oldboy, Thirst, and Stoker, is back with new thriller Decision to Leave, releasing in US theaters on Friday, October 14th.

In South Korean thriller Decision to Leave (aka Heojil Kyolshim)…

“A police detective, Hae-joon (Park Hae-il), is called in to investigate the mysterious death of a man who fell from a mountain peak. During his investigation, he begins to develop an interest in the man’s widow, Seo-rae (Tang Wei), who is a suspect in the case.”

Park Chan-wook’s directorial credits also include Joint Security Area, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, the Three… Extremes segment “Cut,” Lady Vengeance, and The Handmaiden.

This year’s “Terror on Tubi” celebration continues with Tubi Original horror movie The Final Rose, officially launching exclusively on Tubi’s service beginning this Friday.

A young single mother arrives on a remote island to compete on The Final Rose, TV’s number one dating show, and discovers that a killer is slaying the contestants, one by one. 

Christina Masterson stars alongside Brittany Underwood (“One Life to Live”), Brytni Sarpy (“The Young and the Restless”), Kyla Nova, Carrie Wampler (“Big Little Lies”), Robert Adamson (“The Young and the Restless”), Roger Howarth (“General Hospital”), Brian McGovern (“Rules of Engagement”), Robert Palmer Watkins (“The Walking Dead: World Beyond”), Taylor Foster (“Criminal Minds”), and Sarah Nicole Robles (“The Fosters”).

The film is directed by Tim Cruz (“Secrets at the Lake”), written by Cruz and Blake Rutledge (“Punching Up”), and produced by Stan Spry (“Creepshow”) and Eric Woods (“Harland Manor”).

And finally, the horror-comedy Some Like It Rare from director Fabrice Eboué targets vegan activists this week, the film releasing at home beginning this Friday, October 14.

In the film, “Butchers Vincent and Sophie’s business is going under and their relationship is on the rocks. But their lives are changed forever when Vincent accidentally kills a vegan activist vandalizing their store. To get rid of the corpse, he butchers the body and Sophie accidentally sells the meat.

“Never has their product been more successful with their customers to the extent that they just might be tempted to kill again…”

The cast includes Fabrice Éboué, Marina Foïs, Jean-Francois Cayrey, Lisa Do Couto Texeira, Victor Meutelet, Stephane Soo Mongo, Virginie Hocq and Christophe Hondelatte.

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