Halloween 2021 has a slew of new movies to watch in theaters and stream. Here are all the movies to watch for this spooky season.
Halloween 2021 luckily brings a host of new movies across the release spectrum. Movie theaters are back as Netflix and other streaming services compete with each other, so there’s no end to spooky content to satisfy your October cravings. Upon return from Halloweenfrom Michael Myers to Return of the Muppets, stimulating fun camp thrillers, there’s a horror movie this Halloween weekend for everyone.
As theaters reopen and box office numbers start to look more and more like pre-pandemic attendance, exclusive theatrical releases are once again becoming more common. While there are films that only stay in theaters for Halloween, going to the theater isn’t the only way to see all of the newly released horror films this year. Fortunately, there is no shortage of horror content in the vast world of streaming either.
Peacock has an impressive selection of classic slasher franchises, Netflix keeps its promise in October to release a movie every week of the year in Halloween-themed style, and Shudder remains the only streaming service that offers exclusive content from the movie. horror for the die-hard. horror movie fans. There are also more family-friendly options for the faint of heart, so everyone can get into the spirit of Halloween. The following is a list of all of the most notable horror releases available to stream or watch in theaters for Halloween 2021.
Halloween Kills – Theatrical Release and Peacock
The next chapter in new update from Blumhouse and director David Gordon Green Halloween The film saga sees Michael rampage more than ever against the town of Haddonfield, with appearances from Jamie Lee Curtis, Anthony Michael Hall and Judy Greer.
Last Night in Soho – Released in theaters
Edgar Wright is an oft-cited genre fan favorite, and Last night in Soho marks his first adventure in a full psychological thriller. The giallo-inspired story sees a young fashion designer (Thomasin McKenzie) mysteriously connected to a ’60s nightclub singer (Anya Taylor-Joy).
Antlers – Theatrical Release
The creature feature film produced by Guillermo del Toro Drink follows a schoolteacher (Keri Russell) and a police officer (Jesse Plemons), as they investigate what appears to be a very real case of the Native American folk monsters Wendigo.
The Addams Family 2 – Theatrical and VOD Release
The sequel to the 2019 animated rendition of Charles Addams’ beloved and highly adapted New Yorker the cartoon has the iconic Household of Death on a family trip and fights with mad scientist Cyrus Strange (Bill Hader).
Night Teeth – Netflix
Netflix reinvents vampires as hip, sexy inhabitants of Los Angeles nightlife, as a concert driver (Jorge Lendeborg, Jr.) unwittingly picks up nightclub leeches. Night teeth stars Alfie Allen, Megan Fox, and Sydney Sweeney as vampire crime lords.
Hypnotic – Netflix
Kate Siegel, who recently starred in Netflix Midnight Mass, returns to the streaming platform to play a depressed woman unhappy enough to find herself under the direction of a malicious hypnotherapist (Jason O’Mara).
Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight Part 2 – Netflix
The sequel to last year’s Polish slasher film drew enough viewers to warrant a sequel, in which survivors of the first film and a cop must contend with the ongoing bloody mess.
Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin – Paramount +
The Paranormal activity the series has not had an episode since The phantom dimension in 2015, but Paramount + unveils the seventh entry in the not-yet-dead franchise. The film is presented as a documentary about a woman (Emily Bader) who will connect with her long lost Amish family to find evil forces at work.
V / H / S 94 – Shiver
The fourth entry in the images found V / H / S presents a selection of videotapes found in a disturbing cult complex. The shorts are each the product of different horror filmmakers, including Simon Barrett and Timo Tjahjanto returning from previous V / H / S movies and newcomers Chloe Okuno, Jennifer Reeder and Ryan Prows.
Dark Horror – Thrill
Shudder’s critically acclaimed 2019 documentary Black Horror: A Dark Horror Story explored the complicated role of African Americans in the horror genre. Now, the streaming platform features an anthology of six films featuring the works of black horror filmmakers.
Haunted Mansion of the Muppets – Disney +
The Muppets are back in their first-ever Halloween special, as Grand Gonzo tests his nerves with a night in the titular haunted mansion. Guest stars include Will Arnett, Taraji P. Henson and Yvette Nicole Brown.
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