• Like in the lists of previous months, an asterisk denotes a movie that does not belong to the horror genre, but that is of interest for horror fans nonetheless.

    Tubi (whattowatch.com)

    The Lost Boys
    The Lost Boys

     

    On April 2021, Tubi overwhelms horror fans with 20+ additions to their already overgrown horror movie catalog, including classics like “The Exorcist”, or the emblematic, for 1980s horror movie buffs, “The Lost Boys” and more recent blockbusters like “The Devil’s Advocate” or “Interview with The Vampire”.

    Worthy of note, at least for me, is that they are bringing to the service a “The Wicker Man” remake. That movie flew under my radar like a champ, and it shouldn’t have, because I’m always interested in watching a good folk horror movie, and I love the original Wicker.

    Also, I’m curious about the “House on Haunted Hill” and  “House of Wax”remakes, because I also love the originals with Vincent Price.

    What I learned about Tubi’s horror offer for this month is that I’m not into remakes, because the original versions of those two movies excite me and I should have searched for the remakes to know them before being pointed at them by others.

    “30 Days of Night: Dark Days” (2010)
    “Night of the Living Dead” (1990)
    “House of Wax” (2005)
    “Psycho IV: The Beginning” (1990)
    “Home Invasion” (2015)
    “The Exorcist” (1973)
    “Slumber” (2017)
    “House on Haunted Hill” (1999)
    “The Intruders” (2015)
    “The Lost Boys” (1987)
    “30 Days of Night” (2007)
    “Cry Wolf” (2005)
    “The Unborn” (2009)
    “The Reaping” (2007)
    “Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist” (2005)
    “The Wicker Man” (2006)
    “Interview with the Vampire” (1994)
    “The Devil’s Advocate” (1997)
    “The Cell” (2000)
    “Raw” (2016)
    “Wer” (2013)
    “Dreamcatcher” (2003)

    SHUDDER (msn.com)

    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

     

    April 1

    “Creepshow”, Season 2
    “Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula”
    “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2”

    April 5

    “Don’t Panic”
    “Zombie for Sale”

    April 8

    “The Power”

    April 12

    “The McPherson Tape”
    “The Day of the Beast”
    “Dance with the Devil”

    April 15

    “The Banishing”

    April 16

    “The Last Drive-in with Joe Bob Briggs”

    April 18

    “2021 FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards”

    April 19

    “The Stepfather”
    “Thale”
    “The Conspiracy”
    “Housebound”

    April 22

    “Boys from County Hell”

    April 26

    “In Search of Darkness: Part II”
    “The Similars”
    “Attack of the Demons”

    April 29

    “Deadhouse Dark”
    “Horror Express”

    Amazon Prime (PCMag)

    Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter
    Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter

     

    “Anaconda”
    “The Dead Zone” (1983)
    “The Man Who Could Cheat Death” (1959)
    “Untraceable”* Crime Thriller
    “Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter” (1974)
    “Smiley Face Killers” (2020)
    “The Abyss” (1989)
    “The Happening” (2008)
    “League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen”* (2003)
    “The Gift” (2000)* Paranormal Thriller
    “Motel Hell” (1980)
    “The Skull” (1965)

    The reason why I included LoEG: because of the same reason I included “Crimson Peak” in the list.

    HBO and HBO MAX (digitaltrends)

    Dark Shadows
    Dark Shadows

     

    “Dark Shadows”, (2012)
    “Dead Silence”, (2007)
    “The Return”, (2006)
    “Leatherface Texas Chainsaw Massacre III”, (1990
    “White Noise”, (2005)
    “Ghost Rider”, (2007)
    “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning”, (2006)
    “Wolves at the Door”, (2017)

    Leaving April 1st through 30th

    I included several non-horror movies. After hours, that is a black comedy. I warn you, don’t expect horror mechanics, because it doesn’t have them. Still, it’s a movie with a few very creepy situations and visuals. Some of the street scenes are very dark and haunting, and I think more horror movies would benefit from shots like the ones in that movie.

    “The Corpse Bride”, I included because of the aesthetic.

    “Critters 2”, (1988)
    “The Exorcist”, (1973)
    “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?”, (1962)
    “Open Water 2: Adrift”, (2006)
    “After Hours”, (1985)*
    “Critters 4”, (1992)
    “Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride”, (2005)
    “Open Water”, (2004)
    “An American Werewolf In London”, (1981)

    Netflix (Hollywood Reporter)

    Leprechaun
    Leprechaun

     

    “Insidious”
    “What Lies Below”
    “The Possession”
    “Leprechaun”
    “Crimson Peak”* Gothic Romance Mystery

    “Crimson Peak” is not technically horror, but a movie with very cool Victorian-era visuals that are the bread and butter for some horror fans.

    Bholenath

    I curate horror things for horror fans to discover them without hassle

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