It’s a new week and that means it’s time for new horror films! This week has everything a horror fan could want to see. From big budget triple-A films, right down to international and indie films. Make sure to schedule some time to get spooky this week, there are a bunch of new films to watch.
Raging Grace- December 1st-Theaters
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Immigrant and service industry horror has been on the rise recently and it has created some amazing entertainment for horror fans. Films like His House and No One Gets Out Alive have shown audiences a vision of horror that they may not have considered before.
Raging Grace looks to combine these two concepts into a bone chilling horror film. This new horror flick delves into subjects like classism and just how hard it can be to chase the American dream.
Don’t Suck-December 1st-Theaters
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Who doesn’t want to see a horror comedy with Jamie Kennedy (Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell)? Don’t Suck is a new horror film about a vampire who wants to be a standup comedian. Why? I assume because living forever is incredibly boring.
Sure, this film looks a little on the nose as far as the plot goes. But who knows, maybe this will be the breakout horror film of the year. If not, it will probably still be good for a few laughs, even if they weren’t intentional.
As We Know It-December 1st-VOD
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This new horror flick has everything a horror fan needs. We get zombies, conflict between an ex-girlfriend and a best friend, and just watching real people try to survive the end of the world. It even focuses on the humor of the situation.
Wait, I think we may have already seen a film like this. Even if it isn’t the most original concept, As We Know It looks like it will be a funny addition to any horror watch list this weekend.
Everyone Will Burn-December 1st-Theaters
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Ah, murderous psychic children, the cornerstone of all the best horror movies. Some people think that this trope has been done to death, but I disagree. If it didn’t work, then Stephen King (IT) wouldn’t keep putting it in every third story.
Everyone Will Burn is the newest addition to this list of terrifying films. And it looks like it’s going to pack a punch. If you are a fan of revenge thrillers or just creepy kids in general, make sure to add this one to your watch list.
Godzilla Minus One-December 1st-Theaters
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This film doesn’t need much of an introduction. If you aren’t already familiar with this giant monster then you should clear your calendar for the next month because you have some films to catch up on.
This new version of the classic tale takes us back to the beginning. Godzilla Minus One may be giving us a movie that we more or less have seen 100 times, but let’s be honest, we all know we are going to love it anyway.
It’s a Wonderful Knife-December 1st-VOD/Shudder
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I love it when a studio just says screw it, what if Jason was actually Santa Clause? Sadly, that’s not exactly what we are getting here. But honestly, it’s the closest we could all hope for. And it’s coming home just in time for Christmas!
This new Christmas flick is campy, bloody, and I love every second of it. Between this and films like Freaky and Happy Death Day, we are getting ever closer to a horror version of all of our most nostalgic films. If you didn’t catch this one in theaters, make sure to catch it at home this weekend.
Loop Track-December 1st-VOD
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What do you get when you mix outdoor survival, conspiracy theories, and a monster hiding in the woods? Our last new horror flick this weekend, Loop Track. This little thriller looks like it is going to tap into one of our oldest fears, the fear of the unknown.
This looks like someone placed The Predator in Australia and just set a camera up to record. Now, as usual, this film will likely be one of those are they delusional or is the monster real type of flicks. If that’s the kind of horror you need in your life, make sure to check out Loop Track this weekend.