The horror movie to go see in theaters right now is Evil Dead Rise, but a brand new horror movie is being unleashed in theaters this week to give the franchise a little genre competition.
And it’s one of SEVEN new horror movies releasing this week…
Here’s all the new horror releasing April 25 – April 30, 2023!
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After scaring up $168 million worldwide, Scream VI just arrived for purchase on Digital TODAY, and Bloody Disgusting has also learned this week that Scream VI will be unleashed on 4K Ultra HD SteelBook™, on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray™, and DVD on July 11, 2023.
Meagan wrote in her review of Scream VI, “This slasher sequel lets a ruthless Ghostface loose in the city, slicing up an intense, flawless entry that continues the streak of insightful introspection while escalating the thrills, kills, humor, and heart to a breathless degree.”
In the brand new movie, “The Scream saga continues with the four survivors of the Ghostface killings as they leave Woodsboro behind and start a fresh chapter.”
Radio Silence’s Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett (Scream, Ready or Not) were both back behind the camera for this latest Scream movie, which is officially titled Scream VI.
Melissa Barrera (“Sam”), Jasmin Savoy Brown (“Mindy”), Mason Gooding (“Chad”), Jenna Ortega (“Tara”), and Dermot Mulroney star in the new installment of Spyglass Media and Paramount Pictures’ franchise, with Samara Weaving (Ready or Not, Mayhem, The Babysitter, “Ash vs Evil Dead”), Tony Revolori (Spider-Man: Homecoming & No Way Home), Jack Champion (Avatar: The Way of Water), Liana Liberato (The Beach House), Devyn Nekoda (“Ghostwriter”), Josh Segarra (“Arrow), and Henry Czerny (Ready or Not) also starring.
Courteney Cox and Hayden Panettiere are also back as Gale and Kirby, respectively.
A new creature feature from New Zealand filmmaker Scott Walker (The Frozen Ground), The Tank came to select theaters last week and it’s now available on Digital beginning today.
Set in the 1970s, The Tank is a story about a young family who awakens a horde of creatures. Academy Award winning special effects supervisor and creative director Richard Taylor and his team at Peter Jackson’s VFX studio Weta Workshop created the creature effects.
In the brand new creature feature, “After mysteriously inheriting an abandoned coastal property, Ben and his family accidentally unleash an ancient, long-dormant creature that terrorized the entire region—including his own ancestors—for generations.”
Luciane Buchanan, Matt Whelan, Zara Nausbaum, Regina Hegemann, Jack Barry, and Holly Shervey star. Scott Walker wrote and directed The Tank.
She’s not real. She’s more than that. Winner of “Best International Feature” at Fantasia Film Festival 2022, the sci-fi movie The Artifice Girl is being released at home this week.
The film comes to theaters, On Demand and Digital on Thursday, April 27.
Franklin Ritch wrote the directed the acclaimed sci-fi thriller.
In the film, “A team of special agents discovers a revolutionary new computer program to bait and trap online predators. After teaming up with the program’s troubled developer, they soon find that the AI is rapidly advancing beyond its original purpose.”
Tatum Matthews, David Girard, Sinda Nichols, Franklin Ritch, and Lance Henriksen star.
From Rambo: Last Blood director Adrian Grünberg, The Black Demon will release exclusively in theaters on April 28. In the film, Josh Lucas battles a giant Megalodon shark.
“When oilman Paul Sturges takes his family to Bahia Negra, the crown jewel of Baja and the site of Paul’s best-performing rig, the vibrant Mexican coastal town he once knew has mysteriously crumbled. In the decrepit ghost town, the last inhabitants tell Paul the offshore platform has awoken ‘El Demonio.’ Scared to be left alone, the family follows Paul out to the platform and just after they get on, the man and boat that risked bringing them is ferociously attacked by a massive black shark. This shark is unlike any other creature; a shark of legend, known as The Black Demon. It has laid claim to the local waters aggressively protecting mother nature against human threats. It kills everything and repeatedly charges the oil rig itself, threatening to destroy it. Paul and his family are stranded with the few men who have survived and now discover explosive charges have been set on the legs of the platform.
“Under constant attack by the giant monster and with the time literally ticking away, Paul must find a way to somehow get his family back to shore alive.”
Josh Lucas (The Forever Purge) stars alongside Fernanda Urrejola (Cry Macho) and Julio Cesar Cedillo (Sicario). Check out the first image above and expect more soon.
Boise Esquerra wrote the script, from a story by Carlos Cisco.
Writer/Director Jalmari Helander (Rare Exports, Big Game) is back with Lionsgate’s Sisu, an ultra-violent genre movie that’s also coming to movie theaters on Friday, April 28.
This time, Helander reteams with Rare Exports actor Jorma Tommila for one epic and hyper-violent period adventure through the wilderness of Lapland in Northern Finland.
“During the last desperate days of WWII, a solitary prospector crosses paths with Nazis on a scorched-earth retreat in northern Finland. When the Nazis steal his gold, they quickly discover that they have just tangled with no ordinary miner. While there is no direct translation for the Finnish word “sisu”, this legendary ex-commando will embody what sisu means: a white-knuckled form of courage and unimaginable determination in the face of overwhelming odds. And no matter what the Nazis throw at him, the one-man death squad will go to outrageous lengths to get his gold back – even if it means killing every last Nazi in his path.”
Sisu also stars Jack Doolan, Mimosa Willamo, and Onni Tommila.
Meagan Navarro wrote in her review for Bloody Disgusting, “Sisu feels like a gritty actioner of yesteryear but with a modern sense of style. Helander manages to keep progressing this bloody battle in surprising ways. When you think you’ve reached a showstopper action sequence or gory kill, expect another to come along to top it.”
From 20th Digital Studio and Hulu Originals, the psychological thriller Clock will begin streaming exclusively on Hulu on Friday, April 28.
In the film, “a woman enrolls in a clinical trial to try and fix her seemingly broken biological clock after friends, family, and society pressures her to have children.”
Dianna Agron (Shiva Baby, I Am Number Four) leads as Ella, with Jay Ali (“Carnival Row,” “Daredevil”) as her husband. Melora Hardin (“The Office,” “Falling Skies”) also stars in the film as the pioneering doctor managing Ella’s treatment.
Clock was written and directed by Alexis Jacknow, who previously helmed short films “Clock” and “Costume Change” for the first season of 20th Digital Studio’s “Bite Size Halloween.” Both shorts were filmed under heavy COVID-19 restrictions in 2020 for the first season of 20th Digital Studio’s “Bite Size Halloween.”
The feature adaptation of “Clock” is part of the studio’s existing slate of Original horror features for Hulu, including Grimcutty, Matriarch, and the upcoming Appendage and The Mill.
What’s the price you would pay to bring back the person you love? Directed by Thomas Marchese, the next original horror movie from Shudder is titled From Black, and it will stream exclusively on Shudder beginning on Friday, April 28, 2023.
Anna Camp (Pitch Perfect franchise, True Blood) stars alongside Jennifer Lafleur (Big Little Lies), John Ales (Euphoria), Travis Hammer (Godless), and Richie Montgomery (Ozark).
In the film, “A young mother, crushed by guilt after the disappearance of her young son 5 years previously, is presented with a bizarre offer to learn the truth and set things right.
“But how far is she willing to go, and is she willing to pay the terrifying price for a chance to hold her boy again?”
Jessub Flower & Thomas Marchese wrote the script.
On the small screen this week, don’t miss “The Boulet Brothers’ Halfway to Halloween TV Special” (Shudder, April 25), “Love & Death” (HBO Max, April 27), “Sweet Tooth” Season 2 (Netflix, April 27), and “Fatal Attraction” (Paramount+, April 30).