The new horror movies that we recommend you to see this Halloween (or whenever you want)

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Halloween is just around the corner, and that means the spookiest time of the year has officially arrived. As wonderful as candies and costumes are, there’s nothing like snuggling up with your loved ones and being terrified and horrified by a great horror movie.

This year, there are some standout movies in the genre worth paying attention toand we thought we’d highlight some of the latest ones, as well as others coming in the next month, in case you want to continue riding the scare train beyond Halloween.

For this list of trailers, we have included the newly released films and those that will arrive until the end of the year. We have also added M3GAN for being one of the first horror movies of 2023, to give you an idea of ​​the terrors that await you in the coming year.

Enjoy, and we hope you have a hauntingly wonderful Halloween.


The return of the witches 2

Available: Of

Where to see: Disney+

Witches Return 2 arrived on Disney+ 29 years after the original and brings back Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy as the Sanderson sisters. This time, they’re out for revenge and will cause all kinds of chaos in Salem and beyond if they’re not stopped by three high school students.

Mr. Harrigan’s phone

Available: Of

Where to see: Netflix

Based on a short story by Stephen King, Mr. Harrigan’s Phone tells the story of a boy who befriends a billionaire who dies shortly after they meet. Although it seems that their relationship would end there, she is able to keep in touch with him through the iPhone with which the man was buried.

Hellraiser

Available: Of

Where to see: Disney+

Hellraiser is a reboot of Clive Barker’s 1987 horror classic and follows a young woman struggling with addiction who discovers an ancient puzzle box. What she doesn’t know is that this box summons a group of “sadistic supernatural beings from another dimension” called Cenobites. In this new story, Jamie Clayton reprises the iconic role of Pinhead.

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Halloween: El final

Available: Of

Where to see: Cine

As its name suggests, Halloween: The Finale brings to a close the 45-year battle between Laurie Strode and Michael Myers that began with 1978’s Halloween. This latest film takes place four years after the events of Halloween Kills and sees Laurie carrying the fight against this last evil. Take a look at our Halloween timeline guide to see where it fits into the saga. And here you can read our review.

Smile

Available: Of

Where to see: Cine

Smile is a terrifying tale in which Dr. Rose Cotter, a psychiatrist, witnesses people with haunting and sinister smiles throughout her day. The cause of this unsettling premise awaits those who can overcome the scares and chills. Here you can read our review.

Barbarian

Release date: Not confirmed in Spain, for now, already released in the United States.

Barbarian follows Tess Marshall, a young woman who is staying in a rental house while doing a job interview in Detroit. What she did not know was that there was someone else staying in the house and that it hides a dark secret.

The Lair

Release date: October 28, 2022

Where to see: Not yet confirmed in Spain

In The Lair, Royal Air Force pilot Lieutenant Kate Sinclair is shot down over Afghanistan and hides in an underground bunker she believes to be abandoned. She quickly realizes that she is not alone, as deadly half-human, half-alien abominations that were created as biological weapons also call this place her home.

pray for the devil

Release date: October 28, 2022

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Where to see: Cine

Pray for the Devil takes place in a world where demonic possession is happening at an alarming rate. In response, the Catholic Church is reopening exorcism schools to train priests to deal with this growing threat. While priests have been the only ones to be trained in the past, Sister Ann becomes the first nun to be trained in the Rite of Exorcism and ends up encountering the same demon that tortured her mother years before.

Run Sweetheart Run

Release date: October 28, 2022

Where to see: Prime Video + in the United States, not confirmed for now in Spain (it is expected in Prime Video)

Run Sweetheart Run is a story about Cherie, a single mom who decides it’s time to get into dating once again. She sets her up on a blind date with a man named Ethan, which turns out to be everything Cherie hoped for. However, his true nature is revealed and he is much more dangerous than Cherie could have imagined.

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Wendell & Wild

Release date: October 28, 2022

Where to see: Netflix

Wendell & Wild is a stop-motion animated film by Henry Selick and Jordan Peele that follows two brothers who decide to trade the underworld for the land of the living.

Pearl

Release date: November 15, 2022

Where to see: DVD, Blu-Ray, Digital

Pearl is a prequel to the 2022 film X and stars Mia Goth as Pearl, a woman living with her German immigrant parents as her husband is serving in World War I. She dreams of a life like the ones she sees in the movies and one away from her sick father and her controlling mother. While dreaming big can be a wonderful thing, in the hands of disturbed individuals like Pearl, it can be deadly.

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The menu

Release date: November 18, 2022

Where to see: Cine

Starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult and Ralph Fiennes, The Menu is the story of a couple who travel to an island to eat at an exclusive restaurant that hides sinister secrets.

Nanny

Release date: November 23, 2022

Where to see: Prime Video

Anna Diop stars as Nanny and takes on the role of Aisha, a Senegalese woman who takes care of the daughter of a wealthy couple in New York City. She works to earn money so she can bring her child she left behind to America, but her dream is threatened when the true nature of the family is revealed and a “violent presence” appears.

To the Bones: Bones and All

Release date: November 23, 2022

Where to see: Cine

Cannibals in love is the premise of To the bone, and that disturbing fact is the basis of the film starring Taylor Russell and Timothée Chalamet. Throughout the story, these two will travel across the United States in an attempt to escape their past and see if their relationship can move forward.

Troll

Release date: December 1, 2022

Where to see: Netflix

After sleeping for a thousand years, a troll wakes up on a Norwegian mountain and sets out to destroy everything in its path. As he approaches Norway, a small group of people must do their best to stop him in his tracks.

M3GAN

Release date: January 13, 2023

Where to see: Cine

Chucky fans stay tuned, as a new doll called M3GAN is in town. This lifelike doll may have been programmed to help parents and their children, but she takes her mission too seriously and begins to cause far more harm than good.