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Scary Movies Just Added on Netflix, The New and the Old

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Man shooting a vampire who is crawling on two hands.

What’s the catalog size of their movies now, over 4000? That means if you spent one minute looking over every title Netflix has you’d be there for almost three days. If it’s scary movies you’re looking for that’s a daunting task, especially if you’re looking for something new.

Netflix does a pretty good job of letting you know “What’s New” or “Recently Added” (whatever that means), but we’re going to take it a step further and list the latest scary movies that have landed in the genre ribbon over the past few weeks, including one dropping this Friday.

Also, these titles are taken from the U.S. version.

Scary Movies Just Added to Netflix:

Day Shift (2022) drops on August 12.

It’s a long way from Ray or Dreamgirls for Foxx, but Day Shift is setting him back into his action roots. Keep in mind this movie is from the people behind John Wick so expect it to be over-the-top, bloody, and humorous.

Foxx is currently working on some kid-friendly material and adult dramas, including Mike Tyson’s life story, so let’s sit back, relax and enjoy his most revved-up movie since Baby Driver.

Synopsis: A hard-working, blue-collar dad who just wants to provide a good life for his quick-witted 8-year-old daughter. His mundane San Fernando Valley pool cleaning job is a front for his real source of income: hunting and killing vampires.

The Wretched (2019)

Sometimes it’s the indie films that have the greatest effect. From Halloween to Paranormal Activity, limited budgets seem to bring out the best in directors. Take this terrifying supernatural thriller The Wretched. Chock full of moody scares, bubble wrap bone snapping, and a twist that you might not see coming, this film is as creepy as they come.

The Pierce Brothers directed this taut chiller and we are eagerly awaiting their next endeavor. But, IMDb doesn’t have them down for anything yet. We might get a sequel to The Wretched if we’re lucky, but that’s only wishful thinking.

Synopsis: A defiant teenage boy, struggling with his parents’ imminent divorce, faces off with a thousand-year-old witch, who is living beneath the skin of and posing as the woman next door.

Umma (2022)

Or: Crazy, Possessed Asians. From the production house of Sam Raimi, Umma is an effective ghost movie with just a skosh of J-horror. The film did relatively well at the box office but really took off on VOD. If you weren’t down to shell out the $20 for an early access to this title, it might warm your heart to know it’s now on Netflix for — for lack of a better word — free!

This is the perfect title for scanners who spend more time looking at titles that watching them. It’s supernatural, it’s creepy and it’s got Sandra Oh!

Synopsis: Amanda and her daughter live a quiet life on an American farm, but when the remains of her estranged mother arrive from Korea, Amanda becomes haunted by the fear of turning into her own mother.

Incantation (2022)

For those of you who stay away from movies you have to read, you’re missing out on Incantation because it’s dubbed. This has already been at the top of fans’ lists as one of the best on 2022. Whereas the found footage genre is arguably played out (ahem, Dashcam!), Incantation actually makes sense in its use of raw film captures.

Of everything on this list, save for Day Shift because it’s not out yet, Incantation is by far the scariest. Plus it comes with a curse if you watch it. Meta!

Synopsis: Six years ago, Li Ronan was cursed after breaking a religious taboo. Now, she must protect her daughter from the consequences of her actions.

The Mist (2007)

The most notorious ending probably in all of filmdom, The Mist isn’t afraid of, well…anything! Even Stephen King, the author of the source material was impressed, and he hates everything! The bottom line is there are King adaptations and there are great King adaptations: Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile, Misery, and The Mist.

Don’t bother with the recent television series, stick with the original.

Synopsis: A freak storm unleashes a species of bloodthirsty creatures on a small town, where a small band of citizens hole up in a supermarket and fight for their lives.

John Carpenter’s Vampires (1998)

Remember when John Carpenter just kept the classics coming? Then he sort of started doing weird things like Prince of Darkness, Ghosts of Mars, and The Ward. Somewhere in between those titles, he gave us Vampires. But the great thing about Carpenter is rewatchability. Even his worst film, if you think about it, is better than most of the stuff we see today. You can test that theory today on Netflix if you want.

Synopsis: Recovering from an ambush that killed his entire team, a vengeful vampire slayer must retrieve an ancient Catholic relic that, should it be acquired by vampires, will allow them to walk in sunlight.

Blair Witch (2016)

The sequel, Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 has its stans, but let’s face it they are few and far between. Instead of taking the complicated route, Blair Witch goes for comfort and basically tells the same story of the first one, but with updated technology. Talk about a prequel. But this one works despite its derivative flaws and even manages to give us some genuine scares. Just pay no attention to the twist and focus on the terror.

Synopsis: After discovering a video showing what he believes to be his vanished sister Heather, James and a group of friends head to the forest believed to be inhabited by the Blair Witch.

More Scary Movies On Netflix That We Recommend

If you have already seen the above films or are still on the lookout for something newish, we have some suggestions for you. Chances are you have seen most of these, but just in case, let’s remind you about a few that just dropped on the platform.

IT (2017)

This update to the King novel of the same name may have been better than the miniseries from 1990. But that’s because now the technology is more advanced. There are certain liberties the director takes with the source material, but it doesn’t affect the overall quality of the film.

If you haven’t seen this adaptation of the book, that’s okay because it’s a completely different experience, and still manages to stand on its own.

In the summer of 1989, a group of bullied kids band together to destroy a shape-shifting monster, which disguises itself as a clown and preys on the children of Derry, their small Maine town.

Game Over (2019)

Weird. This one is weird. But that only makes it interesting. We have to admit we haven’t watched it yet, so we leave it to you dear reader, to let us know if it’s worth any part of our time.

Synopsis: A nyctophobic woman has to fight her inner demons to stay alive in the game called life.

Brahms: The Boy II (2020)

Did the first one really need a sequel? Apparently so and you can watch it on Netflix right now. Joining the creepy doll craze, The Boy was a subtle thriller with supernatural overtones. In this sequel, is the doll alive? Is it possessed? What exactly is going on? Don’t spoil it.

Synopsis: After a family moves into the Heelshire Mansion, their young son soon makes friends with a life-like doll called Brahms.

And those are the scary movies added to Netflix. Bookmark this page as we update it regularly.

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‘Wednesday” Comes To Netflix November 23rd

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Most of us originally thought that the new Wednesday series would premiere in October. It would certainly fit in perfectly with the spooky season. However, when we didn’t see the series starring Jenna Ortega on the Netflix and Chills list we knew we would have to wait a bit longer.

We have received official word that the much anticipated Tim Burton series will be released on Netflix Thanksgiving weekend. The date was shared along with a new poster that you can see below.

Watch Wednesday On Netflix Starting November 23, 2022

The synopsis for Wednesday goes like this:

The series is a sleuthing, supernaturally infused mystery charting Wednesday Addams’ years as a student at Nevermore Academy, where she attempts to master her emerging psychic ability, thwart a monstrous killing spree that has terrorized the local town, and solve the murder mystery that embroiled her parents 25 years ago — all while navigating her new and very tangled relationships at Nevermore.

Go deeper into the Wednesday character with Jenna Ortega and Tim Burton in this featurette.

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‘Sinphony’ Trailer Reveals a New Terrifying Anthology Experience

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Sinphony

Sinphony: A Clubhouse Horror Anthology offers up nine new tales of horror all packed in a tense set. The stories range from a witch trying to protect her kids from a killer to mold spores that make you ravenous if inhaled.

The synopsis for Sinphony: A Clubhouse Horror Anthology goes like this:

Conceived and curated entirely on the popular, audio-based social media platform Clubhouse and produced by Screen Anthology, SINPHONY: A Clubhouse Horror Anthology features a group of international filmmakers each exploring a character dealing with tragedy caused by a supernatural entity. 

The directors contributing segments to the film include a new who’s who of horror: Haley Bishop, Jason Ragosta, Sebastien Bazile & Michael Galvan, Mark Pritchard, Kimberley Elizabeth, Jason Wilkinson, Nichole Carlson, Steven Keller and Wes Driver.

SINPHONY’s shocking stories include: an innkeeper’s growing concern about his secretive new guests; a contractor who inhales mold spores that lead to murder; a couple confronting the fact that one of them is a ghost; a witch protecting her child from a killer; a dance craze that has dire consequences, and much more.

Sinphony’s directors include Jason Ragosta, Steven Keller, Haley Bishop, Wes Driver, Mark Pritchard, Kimberley Elizabeth, Jason Wilkinson, Nicole Carlson, Michael Galvan & Sebastien Bazile.

Sinphony arrives in theaters, on digital and in theaters beginning October 21.

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Keanu Reeves Will Return As ‘Constantine’ in Sequel Directed by Francis Lawrence

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Constantine

Keanu Reeves will finally return as John Constantine in a film directed by Francis Lawrence once again. Deadline reports that the new film has been given the greenlight. The first film came out back in 2005 and introduced a very different version of DC’s Hellblazer John Constantine.

The Constantine sequel will be directed by Lawrence and produced by Bad Robot with JJ Abrams and Hannah Minghella. Plus, Akiva Goldsmith is set to write.

Over the years since the release of 2005’s Constantine, Matt Ryan played a very authentic version of the blonde, British demonologist for a shortlived NBC series. Ryan has also given the character voice in animated films as well as portrayed the character in spinoffs to other DC worlds such as Legends of Tomorrow.

The synopsis for Constantine went like this:

As a suicide survivor, demon hunter John Constantine (Keanu Reeves) has literally been to hell and back — and he knows that when he dies, he’s got a one-way ticket to Satan’s realm unless he can earn enough goodwill to climb God’s stairway to heaven. While helping policewoman Angela Dodson (Rachel Weisz) investigate her identical twin’s apparent suicide, Constantine becomes caught up in a supernatural plot involving both demonic and angelic forces. Based on the DC/Vertigo “Hellblazer” comics.

Over the years we have heard buzz about a possible Constantine sequel several times, with no actual flame behind the sparks. So, it is definitely exciting to see the film actually moving forward.

Stay tuned for more Keanu Constantine details.

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