• new horror on streamers

    These are the 70+ new horror items in streamers/VoDs for the month of August, 2021. It seems to me that the competition between services for delivering a substantial quantity of horror items each month is gaining momentum.

    Around one year from now, the average was around fifty items per month. Nowadays, the bar seems to have been raised to around 70. Nevertheless, this is great news for the fans of horror movies and horror TV series.

    Even if you are like me, an inveterate horror fan that has seen a lot, you’re bound to find something new, or discover an old horror movie that you haven’t watched yet, or that you didn’t even know existed.

    As in previous lists, an asterisk means the movie doesn’t belong to the horror genre, but that it is somewhat of interest for horror fans.

    SHUDDER (source)

    new horror on vods - Pumpkinhead (1988)

    You may know by now, that I’m a hardcore fan of vintage horror movies. This advice may be biased because of that fact, but I urge you to watch both “Pumpkinhead”, and “Witchfinder General”, they are classics that you should have watched already, so if you didn’t, go for them.

    Another relatively old movie (but newer that the two I named in the previous paragraph) of what Shudder has to offer this month, that I greatly enjoyed is “Dead Calm”. Is more in the thriller camp, still a great watch.

    August 1

    • “Dolls”
    • “Pumpkinhead”
    • “Witchfinder General”
    • “Dead Calm”

    August 3

    “Good Manners”

    August 5

    • “Teddy”(Shudder Exclusive)

     August 9

    • “The Dead Pit”
    • “Bloodthirsty”

    August 9

    “Jakob’s Wife” (Shudder Exclusive)

    August 10

    “Bleed With Me” (Shudder Exclusive)

    August 12

    “Slasher: Flesh and Blood” (Shudder Exclusive, 4th season)

    August 16

    “A Field in England”

    “Borgman”

    August 17

    “Dave Made a Maze”

    “Anguish”

    August 23

    “Cheap Thrills”

    “Nothing Bad Can Happen”

    August 26

    “Mosquito State” (Shudder Exclusive)

    TUBI (source)

    new horror on vods - Queen of the damned

    This list is a great opportunity to voice my opinion on Rob Zombie’s “Halloween II”. Many would say (or said already) that this movie was unnecessary, and that Carpenter’s HII should have been left alone.

    I beg to differ. If just to see how Rob Zombie approached the remake of a classic staple of the horror genre, this is a must-watch flick. You may love it, or you may hate it, but notwithstanding how you receive it, this is mandatory viewing for horror fans.

    Another movie I love of what Tubi brings to the table this month is “Queen of the Damned”, based on Anne Rice’s saga. If only to see Marguerite Moreau looking beautiful, with an odango hairdo ala Bjork.

    • “Oculus” (2013)
    • “The Cave” (2005)
    • “Black Rock”(2012)
    • Rob Zombie’s “Halloween II” (2009)
    • “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” (2019)
    • “The Descent” (2005)
    • “The Descent Part 2” (2009)
    • “The New Daughter” (2009)
    • “Queen of the Damned” (2002)

    HBO (source)

    new horror on streamers - constantine (2005)

    Like I wrote elsewhere, I think Keanu Reeves was a so-so choice of an actor to play John Constantine. The makers of “Constantine” should have forced Keanu contractually to have his hair dyed blonde, but whatever.

    You can’t compress more than 300 comic book issues into 90-120 minutes, but as a fan of the original run of the “Hellblazer” line of comics I appreciate the effort. I liked “Constantine” when I first saw it, and I liked it the second time, when I watched it after having read I’d say, 70-80% of the original comic series.

    Like I wrote elsewhere on this site, I think Hellblazer is one of the greatest comics for horror fans, and, to be honest, I think that the movie doesn’t make it justice. Still, it is a great introductory piece of media to the world of John the Hellblazer.

    My recommendation pertaining the movie as related to the comic book. If you’d like to get into Constantine, and you haven’t read any of his comics or watched any of the audiovisual media, then I’d recommend you go ahead and watch the movie. But be warned, you aren’t going to be able to see what a big character Constantine is.

    In the movie you’re going to see just a paranormal generalist, if at all, that’s dying of cancer and gets saved in the end. But John Constantine is something much, much bigger than that, by many orders of magnitude.

    And the worst fact of the movie is not only that you may think John is a petty paranormal worker that isn’t worth the money, time and effort it takes to get to know him, but in the movie you are going to see maybe only 1-2% of Hellblazer’s universe.

    That is a unfortunate, because I think that the universe surrounding John in the comics was made in proportion to the bigness of the protagonist character, which means, Hellblazer has a big horror universe to accompany the great horror lead, which makes it a balanced, and very well done story.

    August 1

    • “Constantine” (2005)
    • “Hitchcock” (2012) *
    • “Horror of Dracula” (1958)
    • “Nurse 3-D” (2013)
    • “Red Riding Hood” (2011)
    • “Scary Movie” (2000)
    • “The Shawshank Redemption”* (1994)
    • “Spawn” (1997)
    • “Thirteen Ghosts” (2001)

    August 17

    “Godzilla vs. Kong”, (2021)

    NETFLIX (source)

    Is it only me, or the movies about characters that are stranded, marooned or in similar situations, somewhere in a water body isolated from everything else and in situations of high danger or certain death pack a greater punch of fun and thrills for the horror fan?

    ”Deep Blue Sea” is one of those movies, if not as primal as more recent takes on the genre, still a nice movie that let’s you thinking about the desperate situation. Even more of you don’t know how to swim.

    August 1

    • “Deep Blue Sea”
    • “The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia”
    • “The Machinist”*

    August 6

    “The Swarm”

    August 25

    “The Old Ways”

    AMAZON PRIME

    • “Aliens”
    • “Anaconda”
    • “Attack The Block”
    • “Jaws: The Revenge”
    • “Jaws”
    • “Jaws 2”
    • “Jaws 3”
    • “Predator”
    • “Predator 2”
    • “Secret Window”*
    • “Slither”

    August 6

    “S.O.Z. Soldiers or Zombies” (Amazon Original)

    August 20

    “Killer Among Us”

    HULU  (source)

    new horror on streamers: i know what you did last summer

    August 1

    • “30 Days Of Night” (2007)
    • “Attack The Block” (2011)
    • “The Beast Within” (1982)
    • “Black Swan” (2009)
    • “Blood On Satan’s Claw” (1970)
    • “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” (1992)
    • “Christina’s House” (2001)
    • “The Final Girls” (2015)
    • “The Grudge” (2004)
    • “Heart of Midnight” (1989)
    • “I Know What You Did Last Summer” (1997)
    • “My Bloody Valentine” (1981)
    • “Special Effects” (1984)
    • “Spellbinder” (1988)
    • “The Vatican Tapes” (2015)

    August 18

    “Unsane” (2018)

    August 26

    “American Horror Story” Season 10 Premiere

    August 30

    “Spell” (2020)

    July 2021, and the VoD streaming services bring all kind of horror items.

    SHUDDER (source: cbr.com)

    horror cult classics reviews@2xCARNIVAL OF SOULS

    Shudder Exclusive Premieres available July 8 through July 29

    “The Son”

    July 15

    “The Call”

    July 22

    “Kandisha”

    July 29

    “The Boy Behind the Door”

    July 1

    • “Manhunter”
    • “Near Dark”
    • “Burnt Offerings”
    • “Creepshow”
    • “Thirteen Ghosts”

    July 6

    • “The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane”
    • “Terror Train”
    • “Death Ship”

    July 7

    • “Pledge Night”
    • “Sorority House Massacre”
    • “Day of the Dead”
    • “Horsehead”

    July 12

    • “Messiah of Evil”
    • “Carnival of Souls”
    • “Piranha”
    • “Straight Edge Kegger”

    July 13

    • “White Girl”
    • “Separation”

    July 16

    “Everly”

    July 19

    • “She’s Allergic to Cats”
    • “Here Comes Hell”
    • “Vigilante”

    July 20

    • “Mass Hysteria”
    • “ROT”

    July 26

    • “Etheria: The Series”
    • “They Remain”
    • “Der Bunker”

    July 27

    “Adoration”

    HULU (comingsoon.net)

    GRAVEYARD SHIFT (1990)
    GRAVEYARD SHIFT (1990)

    July 1

    • “127 Hours” (2010)
    • “28 Days Later” (2003)
    • “28 Weeks Later”(2007)
    • “Beetlejuice” (1988)
    • “Candyman 3: Day of the Dead” (1999)
    • “Carnage Park” (2016)
    • “Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell” (1974)
    • “The Gift” (2000)
    • “Hellions” (2015)
    • “Hideaway” (1995)
    • “House of the Dead” (2003)
    • “House of the Dead 2” (2006)
    • “The House That Jack Built” (2018)
    • “Let’s be Evil” (2016)
    • “Open Water” (2004)
    • “Open Water 2: Adrift” (2006)
    • “Personal Shopper” (2017)
    • “Shelley” (2016)
    • “Sleepwalkers” (1992)
    • “Sorority Row” (2009)
    • “Stand by Me” (1986)
    • “Stephen King’s Graveyard Shift” (1990)
    • “The Stepfather” (2009)
    • “Tooth Fairy” (2008)
    • “Underworld” (2003)
    • “Underworld Awakening ”(2012)
    • “Underworld Evolution” (2006)
    • “Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans” (2009)

    July 3

    “Dreamcatcher” (2021)

    July 15

    • “American Horror Stories”  (Two-Episode Limited Series)
    • “A Field In England” (2013)
    • “Borgman” (2013)

    July 29

    “The Resort” (2021)

    LEAVING HULU JULY

    July 24

    “In Extremis” (2017)

    July 31
    • “28 Days Later” (2003)
    • “28 Weeks Later” (2007)
    • “Alive” (1993)
    • “The Crazies” (2010)
    • “Goodnight Mommy” (2015)
    • “Gorp” (1980)
    • “Hannibal Rising” (2007)
    • “The Haunting in Connecticut” (2009)
    • “Haunting In Connecticut 2: Ghosts Of Georgia” (2013)
    • “I Saw The Devil” (2010)
    • “Predator” (1987)
    • “Predator 2” (1990)
    • “The Skeleton Key” (2005)
    • “Stand by Me” (1986)
    • “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” (2007)

    TUBI (source)

     

    • “Slither” (2006)
    • “The Voices” (2014)
    • “The Mini Munsters” (1973)
    • “Hannibal” (2001)
    • “Hannibal Rising” (2007)

    AMAZON (gamesradar.com)

    30 days of night

    July 1

    • “30 Days Of Night”
    • “Abduction”
    • “Alien”
    • “Hellboy”
    • “Only Lovers Left Alive”
    • “The Stepfather”
    • “Underworld: Evolution”
    • “Vertigo”
    • “When A Stranger Calls”

    NETFLIX (source)

    new horror on VoDs July 2021

    July 1

    • “Underworld”
    • “Underworld: Awakening”
    • “Underworld: Rise of the Lycans”
    • “The Strangers”

    July 2

    “Fear Street Part 1: 1994”
    “The 8th Night”

    July 8

    “Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness”

    July 9

    “Fear Street Part 2: 1978”

    July 14

    “A Classic Horror Story”

    July 16

    “Fear Street Part 3: 1666”

    July 26

    “The Walking Dead” (Season 10, part 2)

    HBO (collider.com)

    July 1

    • “Dark Water” (2005)
    • “Darkness Falls” (2003)
    • “Eve’s Bayou” (1997)
    • “Firestarter” (1984)
    • “Ghost in the Machine” (1993)
    • “The Return of the Living Dead” (1985)
    • “Return of the Living Dead III” Extended Version (1993)
    • “Scream” (1996)
    • “Scream 2” (1997)
    • “Scream 3” (2000)
    • “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” (2003)
    • “Trick ‘R Treat” (2009)
    • “Westworld” (1973)
    • “The Watcher” (2016)
    • “The Hunt” (2020)

    July 24

    “Freaky” (2020)

     

    This month of June 2021, VoD streaming services reward us horror fans with more than 50 new horror items. Please read on to know what horror new things are arriving this month.

    SHUDDER (cbr.com)

    Ginger Snaps

    As always, Shudder releases a ton of new horror items this month of June 2021.

    June 1

    • “Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed”
    • “Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning”
    • “An American Werewolf in London” (1981)
    • “Eve’s Bayou”
    • “Burn, Witch, Burn!”

    June 2

    • “Islands”
    • “Terror, Sisters!”
    • “Der Samurai”
    • “Thirst”
    • “Rift”

    June 7

    • “Night of the Living Dead” (1968)
    • “Reunion”
    • “Beyond the Door III”
    • Available June 14
    • “Monstrous”
    • “The Retreat”
    • “Evilspeak”

    June 15

    • “The Conspiracy”
    • “Housebound”
    • “The Similars”

    June 21

    • “City of the Dead”
    • “Homewrecker”
    • “The Antenna”

    HULU (comingsoon.net)

    Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter

    On June 2021, Hulu surprises us being second only to Shudder in quantity of new horror items.

    June 1

    • “Anacondas: The Hunt For The Blood Orchid” (2004)
    • “Anaconda 3: Offspring” (2008)
    • “Anacondas: Trail Of Blood” (2009)
    • “Arachnophobia” (1990)
    • “The Blair Witch Project” (1999)
    • “The Blair Witch Project: Book of Shadows” (2000)
    • “Jennifer’s Body” (2009)
    • “Soul Survivors” (2001)
    • “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” (2007)

    June 15

    “The UnXplained with William Shatner” Complete Season 1B (A&E)

    June 24

    “An American Haunting” (2006)

    June 30

    “Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters” (2013)

    Horror Leaving Hulu June 2021

    • “Scary Movie 4” (2006)
    • “The Ninth Gate” (1999)
    • “The Man Who Could Cheat Death” (1959)
    • “I Am Legend” (2007)
    • “Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter” (1974)
    • “28 Days Later” (2003)

    TUBI (pcmag.com)

    • “American Psycho 2” (2002)
    • “#FollowFriday” (2016)
    • “Ghost Ship” (2002)
    • “House on Haunted Hill” (1999)
    • “Isle of the Dead” (2016)
    • “Silent Hill” (2006)
    • “Urban Legends: The Final Cut” (2000)

    Amazon Prime (gamesradar.com)

    An American Werewolf in London

    • “The Spirit” *Based on a noir comic
    • “Alive” *Drama, but gruesome enough to be of interest for horror fans
    • “An American Werewolf In London”
    • “Signs”

    NETFLIX (ew.com)

    Stand by Me (1986) june 2021 new horror items on VoDs

    June 1

    “Stand by Me” *Drama, but written by Stephen King and set in Castle Rock

    June 7

    “Vampire Academy”

    June 10

    “A Haunted House 2”

    June 13

    “The Devil Below” (2021)

    June 24

    “The Seventh Day” (2021)

    HBO (collider.com)

    Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

    June 1

    “The Conjuring 2”

    June 4

    • “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It”
    • “Eyes Wide Shut” *Drama and thriller, but very interesting for horror fans
    • “The Green Mile” *Drama, but written by Stephen King
    • “Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride”

     

    new horror items may 2021 THE WICKER MAN
    THE WICKER MAN

     

    Below, the list for all the new horror arrivals, and some of the cancellations in the VoD streaming services I am at this moment covering.

    SHUDDER (cbr.com)

    the house on haunted hill vincent price
    THE HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL

    May 7

    “Fried Barry” (Shudder Original)

    May 13

    “The Reckoning” (Shudder Exclusive)

    May 20

    “Psycho Goreman” (Shudder Exclusive)

    May 27

    “Skull: The Mask” (Shudder Original)

    May 1

    • “The Wicker Man” (1973)
    • “House on Haunted Hill” (1959)
    • “House on Haunted Hill” (1999)
    • “13 Ghosts” (1960)
    • “Curse of the Demons” (1958)

    May 4

    “Frankenhooker” (1990)

    May 10

    • “Sator” (2019)
    • “Climate of the Hunter” (2019)
    • “The Funeral Home” (2020)

    Available May 13

    “Trickster” Season 1

    May 17

    • “American Mary” (2012)
    • “Time Lapse” (2014)
    • “Found” (2012)

    May 18

    • “Def by Temptation” (1990)
    • “Black Roses” (1988)

     May 24

    • “Werewolf” (2018)
    • “The Machine” (2013)
    • “The Windmill” (2016)

    TUBI (pcmag.com)

    new horror items may 2021 the blair witch project
    THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT

    “Astral” (2018)

    May 15

    • “Curve” (2015)
    • “Darkness Falls” (2019)
    • “Exorcist: The Beginning” (2004)
    • “Grace: The Possession” (2014)
    • “Hostel: Part III” (2011)
    • “Rosewood Lane” (2011)
    • “The Blair Witch Project” (1999)

    May 21

    “The Crazies” (2010)
    “The Descent” (2005)

    NETFLIX (ew.com)

    the lovely bones
    THE LOVELY BONES

    May 1

    • “Dead Again in Tombstone”
    • “Resident Evil: Afterlife”
    • “Resident Evil: Extinction”
    • “The Lovely Bones” *drama of interest for horror fans
    • “Zombieland”

    May 12

    “Oxygen”

    May 13

    “Castlevania” Season 4

    May 14

    “Haunted: Season 3 The Strange House The Woman in the Window”

    May 21

    “Army of the Dead”

    Leaving Netflix

    May 31, 2021

    “The Blair Witch Project”
    “The Boy”

    HBO (screenrant.com) 

    May 1

    • “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” (2012)
    • “Anaconda” (1997)
    • “Cursed” (2005)
    • “Darkness” (2005)
    • “Insomnia” (2002) *psy-thriller of interest for horror fans

    Amazon Prime Video (gamesradar.com)

    alien 3
    ALIEN 3

    May 1

    • “Alien: Resurrection”
    • “Alien 3”
    • “Aliens”
    • “Resident Evil: Apocalypse”
    • “Resident Evil”
    • “The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia”
    • “Shattered” *psy-thriller
    • “The Sixth Sense”
    • “The Outsider” (miniseries)

    May 17

    “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”

    HULU (comingsoon.net)

    the haunting in connecticut
    THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT

    May 1

    • “The Crazies” (2010)
    • “Hannibal Rising” (2007)
    • “The Haunting in Connecticut” (2009)
    • “Goodnight Mommy” (2015)
    • “Haunting In Connecticut 2: Ghosts Of Georgia” (2013)
    • “I Am Legend” (2007)
    • “Predator” (1987)
    • “Predator 2” (1990)
    • “Resident Evil: Afterlife” (2010)
    • “Resident Evil: Apocalypse” (2004)
    • “Resident Evil: Extinction” (2007)
    • “Shattered” (1991)
    • “Train to Busan” (2016)
    • “Vampire in Brooklyn” (1995)

    May 5

    “Shadow in the Cloud” (2021)

    Horror Leaving Hulu May 2021

    May 9

    “Victor Frankenstein” (2015)

    May 31

    • “28 Weeks Later” (2007)
    • “Shattered” (1991)
    • “The Descent” (2006)
    • “The Gift” (2000)
    • “The Tenant” (1976)
    • “Vampire in Brooklyn” (1995)
    • “Young Frankenstein”(1974)

    April 2021

    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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