What New Horror Movies Come Out This Week?

New Horror/Suspense Films and TV Shows in Theaters, on Demand and on DVD/Blu-ray

Week of November 27 – December 3

1. Amigo

Amigo

Release: Theatrical (Limited)
After a violent accident, the good-natured David (David Pareja) decides to accommodate and care for his best friend, Javi (Javier Botet). But as the two of them begin arguing, the truth about their toxic, homicidal relationship bubbles to the surface – and madness soon takes hold.

2. Dash

Dash

Release: On Demand
DASH follows Milly, your average everyday rideshare driver preparing himself for a night shift behind the wheel… by purchasing a massive amount of cocaine from a prostitute. On the perilous Hollywood streets, he attempts to sell the drugs to his unassuming passengers including: a homosexual thruple, some phone-obsessed gen Z’ers, and even an off-duty police officer. His attempt to illegally fund his sinful actions takes a literal turn for the worse when he picks up a drug addict going through severe withdrawal. Desperately trying to take his nefarious, double-life to the grave, he continues on, only to keep digging a deeper grave for himself.

3. The Eternal Daughter

The Eternal Daughter

Release: Theatrical (Limited)/On Demand
An artist and her elderly mother confront long-buried secrets when they return to a former family home, now a hotel haunted by its mysterious past. Featuring a towering, deeply moving performance by Tilda Swinton, acclaimed filmmaker Joanna Hogg’s beguiling latest film is a brilliant and captivating exploration of parental relationships and the things we leave behind.

4. The Harbinger

The Harbinger

Release: Theatrical (Limited)/On Demand
When her oldest friend is plagued by horrific nightmares from the beyond, Monique (Tony Award nominee Gabby Beans) is forced to travel to NYC. On the first night of the visit, Monique learns the dreams are contagious – and so is the HARBINGER, the plague mask-wearing demon who not only feeds on its victims’ souls, but warps reality itself to remove any trace of their existence. Directed by Andy Mitton (The Witch in the Window, Yelloebrickroad, We Go On).

5. Troll

Troll

Release: Netflix
When an explosion in the Norwegian mountains awakens an ancient troll, officials appoint a fearless palaeontologist to stop it from wreaking deadly havoc. This fantasy-action film stars Ine Marie Wilmann and was directed by Roar Uthaug (Tomb Raider, The Wave).

6. Twisted

Twisted

Release: Theatrical (Limited)
A young woman seeks independence from her protective mother, only to be questioning her own sanity when newfound friends die, and her mother suggests Hannah is the cause of their death.

7. Violent Night

Violent Night

Release: Theatrical (Wide)
When a team of mercenaries breaks into a wealthy family compound on Christmas Eve, taking everyone inside hostage, the team isn’t prepared for a surprise combatant: Santa Claus (David Harbour) is on the grounds, and he’s about to show why this Nick is no saint. The film also stars Emmy winner John Leguizamo, Cam Gigandet, Alex Hassell, Alexis Louder, Edi Patterson and Beverly D’Angelo and was directed by Tommy Wirkola (Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, Dead Snow) and written by Pat Casey and Josh Miller (Sonic the Hedgehog).

8. A Wounded Fawn

A Wounded Fawn

Release: Shudder
Inspired by surrealist art and Greek mythology, A Wounded Fawn follows the story of Meredith Tanning (Sarah Lind), a local museum curator who is dipping her toe back into the dating pool, only to be targeted by a charming serial killer (Josh Ruben). When a fateful romantic getaway between the two becomes a tense game of cat and mouse, both must confront the madness within him.

9. The Amityville Curse

The Amityville Curse

A return to the most dangerous house in the world… After purchasing a property in Amityville, New York, Debbie (stage veteran Dawna Wightman) and her husband (Hangfire’s David Stein) invite three of their closest friends to help renovate. Immediately uneasy in her new surroundings, Debbie begins experiencing shockingly vivid nightmares. Vague unease turns to outright terror when the home’s inhabitants discover it’s brutal past, and a mysterious visitor turns up dead. As the line between nightmare and reality disappears, their focus shifts from renovation to escape, but it’s not clear who can be trusted – or who will make it out alive. One of the most overlooked entries in any major horror franchise, The Amityville Curse deviates from series formula, to surprising, amusing, and unsettling effect.

10. Amityville Karen

Amityville Karen

Every neighborhood has a Karen, and Amityville is no exception. When stealing a cursed bottle of wine from a struggling local brewery, Karen soon finds that the price to pay is far more dangerous than your average hangover. Everyone in her path becomes prey, and not even a manager can be called in to stop her.

11. Blood Delirium

Blood Delirium

Having lost his wife and muse, nothing could strike the creative spark within troubled painter Saint Simon (John Phillip Law)-not exhuming his spouse’s body and bringing it home, and not imprisoning lookalike pianist Sybille (Brigitte Christiensen). Inspiration finally came, however, when he dabbled in a new medium… The blood of murder victims, courtesy of his deranged butler Hermann (Gordon Mitchell). Unhinged opus from Italy co-stars Olinka Hardiman.

12. Blood Hunter

Blood Hunter

A vampire living in rural Kentucky takes a bite out of crime.

13. Blood Red Ox

Blood Red Ox

Amir and Amat are invited on a trip into the South American rain forest, but the pleasant visit to Bolivia quickly takes a bizarre turn as Amat starts having strange visions and loses his mind over the ghostly presence of a giant, blood-red ox. Amir must save his boyfriend from paranoia, but he quickly realizes that he can’t trust anything or anyone – as he might be losing his mind too.

14. Dachra

Dachra

For their class project, a trio of Tunisian journalism students opted to dig into the generation-old incident of a woman found mutilated, committed to an insane asylum-and whispered to be a practitioner of witchcraft. Having bribed their way into an interview with their subject, they follow the leads to her remote village… but they may not have long to celebrate getting their story.

15. Deathcember

Deathcember

If what you wanted this year was a Christmas horror anthology, you got your wish-because this cinematic “AAAAH!-dvent” calendar offers two dozen separate slices of seasonal shock served up by Ruggero Deodato, Lucky McKee, Pollyanna McIntosh, Trent Haaga and 20 more fear filmmakers from the world over. Performers include Barbara Crampton, Tiffany Shepis, AJ Bowen, Sean Bridgers, Carlotta Morelli, Rodney Charles, Steven de Souza, many others.

16. Don’t Open Till Christmas

Don't Open Till Christmas

There’s a killer loose on the streets of London, and he has a very specific quarry: the dozens of Father Christmases (Santa Clauses to you Yanks) working the street corners and department stores! Can a beleaguered police inspector (Edmund Purdom, who directed) put an end to the psychopath’s slay ride? Holiday horrorfest also stars Alan Lake, Belinda Mayne, Gerry Sundquist, and Caroline Munro.

17. Don’t Worry Darling

Don’t Worry Darling

A 1950s housewife (Florence Pugh) living with her husband (Harry Styles) in a utopian experimental community begins to worry that his glamorous company may be hiding disturbing secrets.

18. Heartland of Darkness

Heartland of Darkness

In the small town of Copperton, Ohio, Paul Henson, a former big-city journalist, buys a small local newspaper. He quickly falls into a wide-reaching conspiracy of ritualistic murder and cult mind control when he discovers that the entire town may be under the spell of a Satanic reverend and his flock. As the clues and corpses pile up, Henson and his family are thrust into a life-or-death struggle to expose the truth and stop the demonic cabal’s reign of evil. Often cited as the ‘lost’ Linnea Quigley movie, Heartland of Darkness (sometimes also referred to as Blood Church) was shot in 1989 by director Eric Swelstad on 16mm film and lost in obscurity and distribution false starts for over 30 years. This never-before-seen “Satanic Panic” epic finally arrives on home video for the very first time in any format and is packed with bonus features that spotlight the original creators and document the film’s long history and final completion.

19. Libido

Libido

The screenwriter of classics that include SO SWEET… SO PERVERSE, THE STRANGE VICE OF MRS. WARDH, ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK and TORSO, Ernesto Gastaldi made his directorial debut with one of the most groundbreaking yet criminally underseen gialli of them all: When a small boy witnesses his father kill a woman during an S&M session, he’ll grow into a disturbed young man (Oscar® nominee Giancarlo Giannini in his film debut) tormented by images of violence, perversion, madness and murder.

20. Little Corey Gorey

Little Corey Gorey

Corey knows the meaning of Murphy’s Law: if something could go wrong, it went wrong for Corey. Loaded with work, downtrodden and scarred from daily scrutiny, Corey has nothing to look forward to. When he and his stepbrother, Biff, get into a heated argument over a girl they both like, the end result is deadly. Soon Corey has to clean up bodies left and right as his luck gets worse and worse. When will his sanity finally snap?

21. Macumba Sexual

Macumba Sexual

Perhaps the most stunning work of his Golden Films Internacional period, this masterpiece from writer/director Jess Franco can now be experienced like never before: Lina Romay stars as a sexually repressed wife tormented by visions of ‘the goddess of unspeakable lust’ Princess Obongo (an unforgettable performance by pioneering transgender actress Ajita Wilson) in a fever dream of erotic cruelty, carnal duality and nonstop Franco-style insanity.

22. Mansion of the Living Dead

Mansion of the Living Dead

One of the more infamous works of his Golden Films Internacional period, writer/director Jess Franco’s depraved subversion of raunchy comedy, erotic thriller and heretical horror has never popped off the screen like this: When four topless cocktail waitresses – led by Lina Romay (aka Candy Coster) at her most luscious – arrive at a deserted resort, they’ll unlock a perverse netherworld of lesbianism, sadism and unholy violation by a zombie religious sect inspired by de Ossorio’s BLIND DEAD series.

23. Mind Melters 5

Mind Melters 5

Sexy sock puppets, Stand up comedy, and “I Spill Your Guts” on VHS is just the tip of the weird iceberg in the odd dimension that is “Mind Melters 5”! You’ll see seven foot tall robot badgers, and music videos filled with walking cadavers! This compilation of short films will surely melt your mind… times five!

24. Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon

Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon

Kate Hudson and Jun Jong Seo star in this mind-bending thriller from visionary director Ana Lily Amirpour (A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night). When a struggling single-mother (Hudson) befriends a mysterious mental institute escapee with supernatural powers (Jong Seo), she sees a lucrative opportunity to make some fast cash. But when they draw the attention of a detective (Craig Robinson), their luck starts to run out as the cops close in on their crime-spree.

25. The Pact

The Pact

Andrea Graves inherits her grandmother’s nineteenth century beachfront house. Referred to by the locals as the “Charnel House”, she soon finds that this seemingly innocuous homestead hides a cavalcade of ominous and spectral secrets. Andrea discovers a haunted mirror which seems to act as a portal to the afterworld and soon, the ghosts of the past begin to haunt her in the present. As the undead begin to lay siege upon the house, her only hope for salvation is to surrender to the spirits and fulfill The Pact!

26. The Passenger

The Passenger

Strangers who are sharing a ride have their trip interrupted when the driver hits a woman who’s hiking in the dark of night. They decide to help her but quickly learn that something is wrong and they shouldn’t have let her in.

27. Sadistic: The Exorcism of Lily Deckert

Sadistic: The Exorcism of Lily Deckert

For Lily Deckert, what first seems innocent becomes a possessive nightmare as the supernatural lurks within until it’s cast out of her.

28. Shock-O-Rama Video Party

Shock-O-Rama Video Party

In the 1990s, Something Weird Video hypnotized a generation of movie maniacs by unearthing the most radically surreal genre films of all time—all via the magic of VHS. SHOCK-O-RAMA VIDEO PARTY is a hallucinogenic tribute to those cathode-tube-fueled days. Featuring four regional horror-blasts—preserved from the original Something Weird S-VHS masters, as the film elements have been lost—this collection serves as a time machine to a beloved era in home video history. This set includes The Naked Witch, Violated, Ghosts of Hanley House and Passion in the Sun.

29. Sinphony: A Clubhouse Horror Anthology

Sinphony

Conceived and curated entirely on the popular, audio-based social media platform Clubhouse, SINPHONY features a group of international filmmakers each exploring a character dealing with tragedy caused by a supernatural entity. The directors contributing segments to the film include a new who’s who of horror: Haley Bishop, Jason Ragosta, Sebastien Bazile & Michael Galvan, Mark Pritchard, Kimberley Elizabeth, Jason Wilkinson, Nichole Carlson, Steven Keller and Wes Driver.

30. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

Leatherface, the Cook, Grandpa, and company are back, proving that “the family that slays together stays together,” in Tobe Hooper’s follow-up to his 1974 shock classic. Dennis Hopper plays a deranged ex-lawman who teams with a late-night DJ (Caroline Williams) to track down the cannibalistic brood, who are prowling the prairie for “fresh meat.” With Jim Siedow, Bill Moseley, and Bill Johnson as Leatherface.

31. Train to Busan 4K

Train to Busan 4K

When a mysterious virus breaks out across the country, the infected turn into the murderous undead. A few terrified travelers find themselves trapped on a bullet train from hell, fighting for their lives as hordes of the living dead crash towards them, crawling closer with every stop. Suspicion is rife and tensions run high as some will do anything to survive and make it to the safe zone.

32. The Werewolf Versus The Vampire Woman

The Werewolf Versus The Vampire Woman

While melancholy man-beast Waldemar Daninsky (Paul Naschy) was hunting for release from his unholy curse, he agreed to shepherd two co-eds in their search for the legendary crypt of a vampire countess (Patty Shepard). When their meddling resurrects the bloodsucking noble, he becomes the girls’ champion in a showdown to the (un)death. A slick Euro-blend of horror and eroticism, Naschy’s third Daninsky opus also stars Gaby Fuchs, Andrés Resino.