The Month in Horror Releases: July

This was going to happen sooner or later, but it looks like July might be this year’s weakest month as far as horror releases go. Made up entirely of unknown indie films and a major theatrical release that has received little to no hype thus far, July really isn’t looking too good for horror. But […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: June

June doesn’t appear to be holding anything back; there’s a lot of crazy shit coming out this month, so start preparing now. We’re seeing the release of A24’s latest haunter (I’m hearing it’s pretty nuts), the one and only Sophia Coppola has a crazy looking southern gothic horror hybrid coming out, and so much more. You know […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: May

Despite there not being nearly as much on the plate for this month’s horror as we saw previously, we’re still seeing the release of a couple of promising indies as well as Ridley Scott’s return to the Alienverse with Alien: Covenant. So with that said, May looks like it’s starting the summer of horror off pretty strong. But […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: April

Now that it’s finally Spring, with summer just around the corner, the rest is smooth sailing from here. We’re starting to inch closer and closer to the really good stuff (although we’ve certainly seen some gems thus far), starting with a couple of indies that look cool as hell and some unknowns that might surprise […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: March

March is an exciting month for the genre because it’s being led almost entirely by independent horror, which includes a couple of festival favorites in Raw and The Devil’s Candy. That said, there’s also a handful of under-the-radar horror movies that look just as good. And finally, we’ll get to see Greg McLean’s brutal thriller The […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: February

Other than Split proving to be a massive success at the box office, January was a pretty slow month for the genre. But that’s why February is particularly exciting, because there’s a wonderful mix of indie darlings and big budget horror on the way. Kicking things off is the bizarre and wholly unique mermaid-horror The […]

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