Do you have a sense of it? Halloween is approaching, and October will be jam-packed with horror films. So think of September as the quiet before the tempest that is Halloween. That doesn’t mean there won’t be any new scary films or television shows to watch; there will still be plenty to enjoy.
In September 2021 there will be a wave of new horror films and TV shows
On September 2, the third season of FX’s “What We Do in the Shadows” premieres, bringing us back together with our favorite vampire housemates. The housemates will be panicked in the next season as Guillermo’s vampire killer lineage is revealed. The vampires will also face a strength boost, a seductive Siren, gargoyles, werewolf kickball, Atlantic City casinos, wellness cults, ex-girlfriends, gyms, and a plethora of otherworldly oddities. Colin Robinson is also celebrating his 100th birthday. Superhost, a new Shudder original, will be released on September 2. Brandon Christensen (Still/Born and Z) riffs on the horror-comedy genre, putting vacation vloggers against a deranged super host. Barbara Crampton, a veteran of the horror genre, is a must-see. Lin Shaye stars as Ted Bundy in Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman, which will be released on VOD and DVD on September 3 by Dark Star Pictures. “The true story behind the manhunt that brought America’s most frightening boogieman to justice,” writes Daniel Farrands in his new book. A storm causes a family of four to seek refuge, only to find stuck in the toilet.
With no sign of help in sight, teen Melissa (Sierra McCormick) begins to fear she is to blame for the horrors haunting her family and posing a threat to the entire planet. We Need to Do Something will be released on September 3 in limited theaters, digital, and VOD. Burial Ground Massacre will also be available on digital platforms on September 3. The film stars Michael Madsen as a group of college students who spend the night in an ancient, creepy manor, only to discover that a terrible stalker is following their every move. Cassandra Macgrath returns in Witches of Blackwood, a day-and-date DVD and Premium TVOD release on September 7th, sixteen years after making her horror debut in Wolf Creek. “After the death of her mother, Claire returns to her hometown, only to discover it is infested with witchcraft and overshadowed by a mysterious gloom, steeped in legends of a soul-stealing entity,” McGrath says.
A battle with a coven of witches is the only way for her to survive while she searches for the truth behind her mother’s death.” In his review of Martyr’s Lane, our own Joe Lipsett observed, “Armed with a few effective scares and gorgeous production design, Ruth Platt’s picture is a delicate ghost story filtered through the eyes of a child.” When it premieres on Shudder on September 9, look for this spooky mystery told through the eyes of a youngster. The most anticipated film of the month is James Wan’s welcome return to horror with Malignant, which will be released in theaters and on HBO Max on September 10. Madison, played by Annabelle Wallis, is a woman who is paralyzed by terrifying visions of gruesome killings. She quickly understands that her nightmarish dreams are a dreadful reality. Dario Argento, Mario Bava, and Brian DePalma were all influences for this film, according to Wan. A depressed bartender and an old drag queen are forced to fight for their lives when a masked lunatic targets homosexual men and drains their blood in Death Drop Gorgeous, which has been described as a tribute to John Waters. On September 10, this one will be released in restricted theaters and on VOD platforms. Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays Kate, a female assassin with only 24 hours to exact vengeance on her murderer before she dies, in Netflix’s new action thriller.
Based on the DC Comics series by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra, “Y: The Last Man” takes place in a post-apocalyptic world in which a cataclysmic event wipes off every mammal with a Y chromosome except for one cisgender man and his pet monkey. The survivors in this new world are followed by the series adaptation as they struggle to restore what has been lost and to build something better. On September 13, “Y” will premiere exclusively on FX on Hulu. Bad Candy, a Halloween-themed horror anthology, will be released in select theaters on September 10 and on demand on September 14. “Radio DJs Chilly Billy (Corey Taylor) and Paul (Zach Galligan) present a twisted anthology of horrific local myths on Halloween night in New Salem.
Residents of the little community have terrifying paranormal encounters that result in their deaths.” Karen premieres on BET on September 14 as part of the network’s “Summer of Chills” program of original thrillers. Karen follows “Karen Drexler (Taryn Manning), a bigoted white woman who makes it her personal mission to evict the new Black family who has recently moved in next door. The pair who have just moved to the Atlanta suburb are community activist Malik (Cory Hardrict) and his wife Imani (Jasmine Burke), but they aren’t going down without a fight.” Nightbooks, a kid-friendly gateway horror film from producer Sam Raimi and filmmaker David Yarovesky (Brightburn), will be released on Netflix on September 15th. Krysten Ritter plays an evil witch who kidnaps and forces an unique boy to recite her stories every night.
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