The Month in Horror Releases: June

With May now behind us, it’s time to look forward to what June has to offer in the realm of all things horror. While we’re not be getting many new releases this month, we will be seeing two of the genre’s most talked about films—The Endless and Hereditary. That’s as good of a line-up as we’re likely to see all year, so get excited! But before we get started, here’s what I watched in May:

Revenge (review): The film’s best quality outside of the amazing and gruesome practical effects, is the fact that it does more than just breathe new life into a tired genre, it kicks its ass.


June 5

The Nursery (VOD)

Director: Christopher A. Micklos, Jay Sapiro

Cast:  Emmaline Friederichs, David Sapiro,Carly Rae James Sauer

When Ranae agrees to babysit for a family with a tragic past, a run-of-the-mill Saturday night quickly turns into a confrontation with unspeakable horror.


June 8

Hereditary (Theaters)

Director: Ari Aster

Cast:  Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne, Alex Wolff

When the matriarch of the Graham family passes away, her daughter’s family begins to unravel cryptic and increasingly terrifying secrets about their ancestry.


June 12

The Mimic (VOD)

Director: Jung Huh

Cast: Jin Heo, Jun Hyeok Lee, Hyuk-kwon Park

The Jangsan Tiger, who mimics human voices to lure them close, encounters a family affected by the creature.


June 15

Inheritance (VOD)

Director: Tyler Savage

Cast: Chase Joliet, Sara Montez, Dale Dickey

When Ryan mysteriously inherits a house from his biological father, a man he thought long dead, he and his pregnant fiancé travel to the property with high hopes for the future. But curiosity about his deceased father leads Ryan to uncover a dark family history…


June 22

Distorted (VOD)

Director: Rob W. King

Cast: Christina Ricci, John Cusack, Brendan Fletcher

A 32-year-old woman suffering from bipolar disorder comes to suspect the proprietor of the state-of-the-art ”smart apartment” she and her husband just moved into is using the building’s residents as unwitting guinea pigs for a ”synthetic telepathy” brainwashing plot with dire global ramifications.


June 26

The Endless (VOD)

Director: Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead

Cast: Callie Hernandez, Emily Montague, Tate Ellington

Two brothers return to the cult they fled from years ago to discover that the group’s beliefs may be more sane than they once thought.


June 29

The Domestics (VOD)

Director: Mike P. Nelson

Cast: Tyler Hoechlin, Kate Bosworth, Lance Reddick

In a terrifying post-apocalyptic world inhabited by gangs divided into deadly factions, a husband and wife race desperately across the countryside in search of safety and must work together as they are pushed to the breaking point in order to survive.


Predictions

What you shouldn’t miss:

This goes without saying, but this one belongs to both The Endless and Hereditary.

  • Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead need no introduction around these parts. Their previous two films, Resolution and Spring should be enough to sell you on The Endless, which looks like a thing of haunting beauty.
  • What’s there to say about Hereditary that hasn’t already been said? Everyone has been buzzing about this one since its very first festival screening, and every review since has had nothing but good (and terrifying) things to say about it.

Which film are you looking forward to the most?

It’s a tie between The Endless and Hereditary. Both look incredible.

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12 thoughts on “The Month in Horror Releases: June

  1. I saw The Endless last year, didn’t think much of it. Maybe you might enjoy it more than I did; I felt it was a step backwards from Spring. Hereditary, on the other hand, I cannot wait to see. We’ve got the media screening here on Monday! So keen to see if it lives up to the hype.

  2. Based on the way they have described the plot for The Mimic, i could be really down to see that. Sounds like a film with a potentially unusual point of view

    1. That sucks! I feel your pain, though. My theater doesn’t get horror movies and the next closest one is three hours away. Usually have to wait until a VOD release 😦

      1. Oh yeah I remember your saying that when The Witch came out and I complained that it wasn’t playing in any of my cinemas. Oh well, sucks for us both that we have to wait, but it’s more comfortable (and less annoying) watching at home anyway. 🙂

      2. I’m with you there! As much as I love the theater, it’s more often than not ruined by annoying people and kids. Would MUCH rather watch at home.

  3. Most excited for Hereditary, though the release date’s towards the end of June here. Better late than never! And The Mimic seems like an interesting watch.

    1. I’ve heard nothing but good things about Black Mirror. I really need to dig into that one. I just started Mindhunter, though, and it’s pretty rad! Too much content to consume!

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