The Month in Horror Releases: July

While we might be right in the middle of summer now that July is here, a month that typically doesn’t offer much horror, we still have plenty to look forward to. And while most of these releases you’ve likely never heard of, that doesn’t mean they aren’t worth getting excited for. We have a bunch of indie releases landing on VOD that look quite promising, especially Dead Night and The Night Eats the World, but there’s also a couple of films hitting theaters that you might want to check out. Horror in July has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?


July 3

Another Wolfcop (VOD)

Director: Lowell Dean

Cast: Leo Fafard, Yannick Bisson, Amy Matysio

Alcoholic werewolf cop Lou Garou springs into action when an eccentric businessman with evil intentions seduces Woodhaven’s residents with a new brewery and hockey team in this outrageous horror-comedy sequel.

Big Legend (VOD)

Director: Justin Lee

Cast: Kevin Makely, Todd A. Robinson, Amanda Wyss

An ex-soldier ventures into the Pacific Northwest to uncover the truth behind his fiance’s disappearance.


July 4

The First Purge (Theaters)

Director: Gerard McMurray

Cast: Y’lan Noel, Lex Scott Davis, Joivan Wade

The film will be a prequel that will focus on the events that lead up to the very first Purge event.


July 13

The Devil’s Doorway (VOD)

Director: Aislinn Clarke

Cast: Lalor Roddy, Ciaran Flynn, Helena Bereen

In the fall of 1960, Father Thomas Riley and Father John Thornton were sent by the Vatican to investigate a miraculous event in an Irish home for ‘fallen women’, only to uncover something much more horrific.

The Night Eats the World (VOD)

Director: Dominique Rocher

Cast: Anders Danielsen Lie, Golshifteh Farahani, Denis Lavant

The morning after a party, a young man wakes up to find Paris invaded by zombies.


July 20

Unfriended: Dark Web (Theaters)

Director: Stephen Susco

Cast: Rebecca Rittenhouse, Chelsea Alden, Betty Gabriel

A teen comes into possession of a new laptop and soon discovers that the previous owner is not only watching him, but will also do anything to get it back.


July 27

Dead Night (Theaters & VOD)

Director: Brad Baruh

Cast: Elise Luthman, Joshua Hoffman, James Bartz

A caring mother loses her sanity, setting off a chain of events resulting in tragedy and murder. The story of Casey Pollack unfolds from two very different perspectives when one night in the woods culminates in absolute terror.

Our House (Theaters & VOD)

Director: Anthony Scott Burns

Cast: Nicola Peltz, Thomas Mann, Percy Hynes White

A young genius accidentally invents a device that amplifies the paranormal activity within his family’s house, possibly bringing back the spirits of loved ones, and unleashing things far worse.

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5 thoughts on “The Month in Horror Releases: July

    1. It seems like a genre that has been around, but with little attention. Lately, however, I’m starting to see more and more thrillers with a tech angle to them, so it’s certainly a thing!

  1. Kinda, obvious, but I’m keen for the new Unfriended and Purge instalments. Unfriended was a hugely positive surprise so keen to see where they go with it. Purge prequel is kind of the least interesting they could have done with that series, but I really dig that franchise.

      1. The first one was interesting. I absolutely loved it on first viewing (made my top 10 this year). Rewatched not so long ago and whilst I still liked it, I’d cooled on it a lot. But it’s a cool concept and they stick to it super well.

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