30 New Horror Movies You Can Watch This Halloween 2022!

Happy Halloween season! It’s again the most wonderful time of the year, with the end of summer this week the start of a spooky season. And it should come as no surprise that the horrors were planned accordingly; This fall brings a packed line-up of quality shows.

Fall is the height of horror season, of course, and the 2022 release slate ensures that no Halloween horror watchlists are filled this year. These are only the tip of the iceberg of what will happen over the next few months, so keep your eyes peeled for updates and more in the coming weeks.

To help you get ready for Happy Halloween, here are 30 horror movies coming soon…


Salloum – September 8 (goose bumps)

Three legendary mercenaries seek refuge in the mysterious Salom region of Senegal after their last mission. Someone’s past comes back to haunt them there, unleashing hell for everyone.


barbaric – September 9 (theaters)

Written and directed by Zack Krieger, barbaric You see a woman’s rental nightmare come true when she finds it’s been booked twice. Despite her fears, she decided to stay the night. But the stranger might be the least of her fears.


Margo – September 9 (VOD)

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Director Stephen C. Miller (Silent Night, First Murder, Escape Plan 2) back to the horror genre. A smart home’s AI system develops a mind of its own and turns a weekend of partying into a deadly nightmare for new tenants.


don’t speak any evil – September 15 (goose bumps)

A Danish family visiting a Dutch family they met on vacation. They try to maintain politeness because weekends are getting more and more uncomfortable.


good night mom – September 16 (Prime video)

Remake of the 2014 horror film Veronica Franz and Severin Fiala. Twin brothers do not recognize their mother’s bandaged face when they arrive at her home. The erratic behavior soon convinces them that she is not their mother at all.


Pearl – September 16 (theaters)

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Mia Goth reprises her role as Pearl in this previous sequel to T West X. See Pearl as a farm girl with stellar ambition and a killer short fuse in her youth.


When the screaming starts – September 20 (Scream Box)

An aspiring documentary filmmaker thinks he’s finally found the perfect subject with aspiring serial killer Aidan Mendle. But as Aidan and his newly recruited creed embark on a bloodstained revolution, Norman’s dream of becoming a famous documentary director becomes a nightmare.


do not worry my love – September 23 (theaters)

Florence Pugh plays a 1950s housewife who lives with her husband in an experimental, utopian community. When cracks begin to appear in the perfect perfect, she suspects that something more sinister has begun.


monsters – September 27 (Netflix, Blu-ray, VOD)

Rob Zombie reimagines it monsters In a cute meeting between Lilly and Hermann. Their speeches will take them from Transylvania to Hollywood.


Exorcism of my best friend – September 30 (Prime video)

This ’80s set of Grady Hendrix’s novel sees two best friends turn on each other when one of them starts to act tough. The other soon suspects that the blame may be demonic possession.


Hocus Pocus 2 – September 30 (Disney+)

The Sanderson sisters are back and they want revenge. It’s up to a trio of high school students to stop them at All Hallow’s Eve.


smiling – September 30 (theaters)

Dr. Rose Kotter begins to encounter horrific events after witnessing a traumatic event at work. Scary smiles follow her everywhere.


dead stream – October 6 (goose bumps)

A disgraced and disgraced online figure tries to win back his followers and patrons with a Livestream event that sees him spend the night in a haunted house. What can go wrong? everything.


terrifying 2 – 6th of October (Theatres)

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Clown art is back! This time it targets a teenage girl and her younger brother on Halloween night. It’s going to be insanely violent and messy, and it’s coming to theaters – unrated by the MPA! – From the movie Bloody Disgusting, Cinedigm, and SCREAMBOX.


Hillrice – October 7 (Hulu)

David Bruckner has such scenes to show us this new take on the Clive Barker classic. A young woman must confront the sadistic supernatural forces behind a mysterious puzzle box responsible for her brother’s disappearance. Jimmy Clayton plays the priest of Hell.


visitor October 7 (digital and VOD)

“When Robert and his wife, Maya, moved into her childhood home, he discovered an old photo of his likeness in the attic—referred to as ‘The Visitor’ only. He soon found himself going down a spooky rabbit hole in an attempt to discover the true identity of his mysterious doppelganger, only to realize that each family had their own terrifying secrets.” .


deep fear – October 11 (Scream Box)

Directed by Gregory Begin (losers’ revolutionIn the 1980s, three students embark on the adventure of a lifetime as they decide to celebrate their last graduation in Paris. Keen to do something more exciting than visiting the local tourist spots, they choose to descend into the hidden catacombs of the capital. They are not alone…


Halloween Spirit: The Movie – October 11 (VOD)

Screening of the movie Spirit Halloween

“Three middle school friends who think they’ve outgrown trick-or-treat dare to spend the night locked up inside a Spirit Halloween store on Halloween night. But they soon discover that the store is being haunted by an angry evil spirit that possesses the spooky animated characters.”


The end of Halloween – October 14 (theaters and peacocks)

It’s been four years since the events of Halloween killsAnd Michael Myers hasn’t been seen since. But when a young man is accused of killing a boy who was looking after his children, it ignites violence and forces Laurie Strode to face evil once and for all.


finger – October 14 (VOD)

A bullied teen witnesses the brutal kidnapping of one of her tormentors. When questioned by the police, she remained silent. With the body count rising, the teen must decide between speaking out or protecting the stranger.


V / H / S / 99 – October 20 (goose bumps)

Get ready to celebrate like 1999. The enduring horror anthology series is set at the dawn of the new millennium with its most innovative blend of “found” action yet.


Back slash – October 21 (theaters, VOD, digital)

Teenage Maika and her friends discover an alien invasion in their small arctic community, and it’s up to them to respond.


the killers – October 21 (digital and VOD)

A seasoned vampire hunter enlists influencers on social media to help him take revenge on the vampires who killed his daughter. It stars Thomas Jane, Abigail Breslin, and Malin Ackerman.


Satan’s prey – October 28 (theaters)

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The Catholic Church is reopening exorcism schools to train priests in exorcism rites. Sister Anne finds herself in a battle for the soul of a young girl, forcing her to confront her terrifying past in the process.


Run Sweetheart Run – October 28 (Prime video)

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After what begins as a dinner with a client, a single mother (Ela Palinska) finds herself stalked by a brutal and unstoppable assailant (Belo Aspic) in this terrifying thriller.


Wendell and Wild October (Netflix)

Nightmare Before Christmas And the Coraline boss Henry Selick He returns next October with a new movie from the movie “Stop-Motion”. The exact date hasn’t been set yet, so stay tuned for that. Keegan Michael Key Jordan Peele stars in “The Very Funny Demons of a Teenager Named Kat.”


something in the dirt – November 4 (VOD)

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Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead’s latest work sees themselves as neighbors who witness supernatural events in their apartment building. The decision to document them for fame sends them down a rabbit hole.


food menu – November 18 (theaters)

A young couple travels to a remote island for a luxurious culinary experience, only to discover something more exotic on the menu.


bones and everything – November 23 (theaters)

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Luca Guadagnino (suspenseThe following movie is an adaptation of Camille de Angelis’ novel. Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell (escape room) stars as a reclusive youth who embarks on a road trip. It’s a cannibal love story.


Nanny – November 23 (Prime Video)

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Anna Diop (weShe plays a Senegalese immigrant nanny who works for a distinguished couple in New York City. As she prepares for the arrival of the son she left behind in West Africa, her presence invades her violent reality, threatening the American dream she’s been working hard on.”

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