7 New Horror Movies To Watch In Cinemas

Looking for some adventure? Why not give yourself a little fright by watching some of these horror movies? PS Not for the faint-hearted!

Haunted House On The Hill

Release date: 6th October 2016

Starring: Devin Goodsell, Mark Furze, Michael Johnston and Margaret Judson

Imagine moving into a new house and finding out it is haunted. This is what happens to Emily who moves to a new cabin in hopes of providing a better future for her disabled brother. She finds strange symbols around the house. The biggest mistake she makes is removing these symbols. Find out how her actions affect her friends who happen to be staying in the same cabin as her and how they overcome the chaos that ensues.

Unspoken

Release date: 20th October 2016

Starring: Chanelle Peloso, Jodelle Ferland and Neal McDonough

Ever walked into a random abandoned house only to discover that the people who used to stay there just disappeared without a trace? In this movie, the Anderson family vanished from their home in 1996 and no bodies were found. For 17 years the house remains untouched, until now that is…

The Girl

Release date: 20th October 2016

Starring: Brooke Butler, Lisa Brenner, Nikki Hahn and Todd Lowe

Personally, I’ve brushed off the advice of my elders who told me to find out the history of a house, especially if it is old, before moving in. That’s until I saw this movie! A family moves into an old Victorian house and discovers some antiques in the attic. Only these possessions are filled with spirits. Find out how this family escapes the trap of these spirits that start to possess each family member.

Ouija Origin of Evil

Release date: 3rd November 2016

Starring: Doug Jones, Elizabeth Reaser, Henry Thomas and Parker Mack

Set in 1965, the plot is about a widowed mother and two daughters who decide to try something new to boost their business. But luck isn’t on their side when they unknowingly invite evil into their home. Find out what happens when the youngest daughter becomes possessed by a spirit and the family tries all it can to get her back.

The Doll (Indonesian)

Release date: 10th November 2016

Starring: Denny Sumargo, Sara Wijayanto, Shandy Aulia and Vitta Mariana

Husband and wife, Anya and Daniel, can’t wait to start a new life in their new home. Just as they think everything is going according to plan, Daniel brings home a doll he picks up from a construction site. But this doll used to belong to a child named Uci who died when she and her family were murdered in a robbery. It is not long before weird things start taking place (e.g. the doll starts moving by herself and the couple starts to hear the voice of a girl in the middle of the night).

The Girl With All The Gifts

Release date: 17th November 2016

Starring: Gemma Arterton, Glenn Close and Paddy Considine

If you’re into zombies, be sure to watch this! The future of humanity is about to be destroyed by a mutated fungal disease that turns people into flesh-eating creatures. But a small group of kids seem to be immune to it and are used as experiments by a biologist. What’s cruel is that these kids are still able to retain thoughts and emotions and lead seemingly ‘normal’ lives. However, one child, Melanie, stands out from the rest and goes on a trip with her teacher, bodyguard and the biologist. Find out how Melanie saves the human race and secures a future for herself.

Incarnate

Release date: 1st Dec 2016

Starring: Aaron Eckhart, Carice van Houten , Catalina Sandino Moreno, David Mazouz and Mark Henry

Just the thought of exorcism already scares us. In this movie, wheelchair-bound scientist Dr Seth Ember is requested to remove the demons from a young boy’s body upon the request of the Vatican. Find out how he struggles to deal with the situation when he finds out that the same demons in the boy are also the ones who caused the death of his wife and child.

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