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Just three weeks remain here in 2022, and although the new horror releases are starting to slow down considerably, the good news is that the new horror content never actually stops.

This week, in fact, SIX brand new horror movies are being released!

Here’s all the new horror arriving December 13 – December 18, 2022.

He sighed director Luca Guadagnino and writer David Kajganich reteam for the new genre film starring Timothée Chalametwhich is an adaptation of Camille DeAngelis‘s novel.

Taylor Russell (Escape Rooms) stars alongside Chalamet.

The film is a “story of first love between Maren, a young woman learning how to survive on the margins of society, and Lee, an intense and disenfranchised drifter; a liberating road odyssey of two young people coming into their own, searching for identity and chasing beauty in a dangerous world that cannot abide who they are.”

Mark Rylance, André Holland, Jessica Harper, Michael Stuhlbarg, David Gordon-Green, Jake Horowitz, Francesca Scorsese and Chloe Sevigny also star.

Expect this tender yet macabre love story to devour your heart. From Meagan’s review for BD: “Bones and All makes for a sumptuous and sensual feast. There’s a matter-of-factness to the gore, and cannibalism will likely repel mainstream or unsuspecting audiences. But beneath the viscera and grue is a tender and affecting tale of first love and discovery.

“It’s as elegant as carnal and carnivorous, and it’ll take a bite out of your heart if you let it.”

Exorcism horror movie Prey for the Devil (formerly The Devil’s Light) also made its Digital debut yesterday, December 13, in the wake of the film’s theatrical release in October.

In Prey for the Devil, “In response to a global rise in demonic possessions, the Catholic Church reopens exorcism schools to train priests in the Rite of Exorcism. On this spiritual battlefield, an unlikely warrior rises: a young nun, Sister Ann (Jacqueline Byers).

“Sister Ann believes she is answering a calling to be the first female exorcist… but who, or what, called her? In response to a global rise in demonic possessions, Ann seeks out a place at an exorcism school reopened by the Catholic Church. Until now these schools have only trained priests in the Rite of Exorcism – but a professor (Colin Salmon) recognizes Sister Ann’s gifts and agrees to train her. Thrust onto the spiritual frontline with fellow student Father Dante (Christian Navarro), Sister Ann finds herself in a battle for the soul of a young girl, who Sister Ann believes is possessed by the same demon that tormented her own mother years ago. Determined to root out the evil, Ann soon realizes the Devil has her right where he wants her.”

Directed by The Last Exorcism‘s Daniel Stamm and written by Halloween H20: 20 Years Later‘s Robert Zappiathe film also features Virginia Madsenstar of the original Candyman, alongside Lisa Palfrey, Nicholas Ralphand Ben Cross.

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After winning the US Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Nikyatu Jusu‘s acclaimed horror movie Nanny was picked up by Blumhouse and Amazon, and it first came to theaters last month. Nanny will debut on Amazon Prime Video on Friday.

Anna Diop (Us) stars as a Senegalese immigrant nanny working for a privileged couple in NYC. As she prepares for the arrival of the son she left behind in West Africa, a violent presence invades her reality, threatening the American Dream she is painstakingly piecing together.”

Michelle Monaghan (The Craft: Legacy), Five Walls (The 15:17 to Paris), Morgan Spector (The Gilded Age), and Rose Decker (Sea of ​​Easttown) also star in Nanny.

Jason Blum said in a statement, “We’re proud to have writer/director Nikyatu Jusu’s Nanny as part of our slate for Amazon. It’s a gem of a horror film that combines impressive filmmaking and powerful storytelling, and is worthy of the Grand Jury Prize it was awarded at Sundance.”

From John R. Leonetti (Annabelle) comes Vertical Entertainment and Alcon Entertainment’s Lullabya new horror movie In Theaters and On Demand beginning Friday.

Watch the trailer for Lullaby below. The new horror movie follows a new mother who discovers a lullaby in an ancient book and soon regards the song as a blessing…

But her world transforms into a nightmare when the lullaby brings forth the ancient demon Lilith.

Oona Chaplin (Game of Thrones), Ramon Rodriguez (The Affair), Liane Balaban (You Can Live Forever), Kira Guloien (Women Talking) and Moni Ogunsuyi (The Umbrella Academy) star.

Alex Greenfield & Ben Powell wrote the script.

Looking for some holiday scares? RLJE Films, Shudder and AMC+ partnered to finance The Apologywhich will be released this Friday in theaters, on Shudder, and on AMC+.

Directed and written by Alison Star Lockein her feature film writing/directing debut, The Apology stars Anna Gunn (“Breaking bad,” Sully), Linus Roach (My Policeman“Homeland”), and Janeane Garofalo (Wet Hot American Summer, Reality Bites).

In The Apology, twenty years after the disappearance of her daughter, recovering alcoholic Darlene Hagen (Anna Gunn) is preparing to host her family’s Christmas celebration with her best friend Gretchen (Janeane Garofalo). Late Christmas Eve, Darlene’s estranged ex-brother-in-law, Jack (Linus Roache) arrives unannounced, bearing nostalgic gifts and a heavy secret. Soon, Darlene finds herself caught between reason and ruthless instinct. Trapped together by a dangerous storm, a battle of wits escalates to a violent game of revenge.

The Apology is like nothing else you will see this holiday season. An intense and chilling thriller led by a tour-de-force performance from Anna Gunn,” said Mark Ward, Chief Acquisitions Officer of RLJE Films. “We are ecstatic to once again partner with our friends at Shudder and Company X Productions to bring this captivating original to audiences.”

Awarded the ReFrame Stamp for gender-balanced production, The Apology was produced by Lisa Whalen, Kim Sherman and Stacy Jorgensen of Company X Productions, the all-female production company behind No Man of God and Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss.

Another new holiday horror movie is on the way this week, with Full Moon Features bringing their movie 12 Slays of Christmas to their streaming service on Friday, December 16.

In 12 Slays of Christmas, “When a trio of lovely young ladies gets their car stuck in a snowstorm, they take shelter in a looming Gothic manor, lorded over by a sinister old man. As their host sits them down for a lavish Holiday feast, ghastly gifts and terrifying tales are unleashed and soon the women wonder if they’ll live to see another Christmas!”

Starring Dare Taylor, Cody Cameron, Lauren Ann Smith, and Tom Fitzpatrickdirected by William Butler and produced by the infamous Charles BandFull Moon teases that “the film features a who’s who of classic Full Moon characters, and a novel gimmick that will tie into an exciting merchandising line from Full Moon’s new horror toy label, coming in early 2023.”

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