5 New Horror Movies Coming Soon October – December 2019

Published on Dec 4, 2019
5 New Horror Movies Coming Soon October – December 2019

5 New Horror Movies Coming Soon: October – December 2019

Horror movies are year-round audience favorites, and the “screamfest” keeps rolling with more scary flicks screening in the last 3 months of 2019. So aside from high-profile horror film releases from major studios, watch out for these 5 other horror attractions you can binge on from October until December!

5. Eli (Streaming date: October 18, 2019 on Netflix)
Netflix is set to blow away movie aficionados as it unleashes a “last quarter storm” with the release of big-budget movies, prestige films eyeing Oscar recognition, and the all-time favorite horror movies. The American horror movie “Eli” is one of them which Netflix purchased its distribution rights from Paramount Pictures after it tested well with audiences.

4. The Lighthouse (Release date: October 18, 2019)
Would a black-and-white horror film set the mood for a pleasurably frightening viewing experience? That’s one of the big come-ons of “The Lighthouse” starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe, and directed by Robert Eggers who debuted in the successful 2015 horror film “The Witch.” Pattinson and Dafoe play two lighthouse keepers whose gritty adventures are chronicled in the movie.

3. Holiday Hell (Release Date: November 1, 2019)
Shopping for the holidays is therapeutic and relaxing for some people, while others find it dreadfully stressful. But in “Holiday Hell,” a Christmas shopping becomes a horrifying experience that turns the joyous holiday into hell. The horror movie is an anthology of 4 short films anchored on a wrap-around story.

2. Little Monsters (Release date: November 15, 2019)
After the resounding success of her first ever horror movie “Us” directed by Jordan Peele shown in March this year, Lupita Nyong'o is capping off 2019 with a zombie apocalypse horror-comedy movie “Little Monsters.” This Australian-American-British production had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 27, 2019. Nyong'o, an Oscar best supporting awardee, plays the charming and enigmatic teacher Miss Caroline who takes her kindergarten class on an excursion to Pleasant Valley when a failed military experiment in a nearby army base lets loose a bunch of zombies.

1. Daniel Isn’t Real (Release date: December 6, 2019)
Yes, the character of Daniel in the horror-thriller film “Daniel Isn’t Real” is indeed unreal for he’s just an imaginary childhood friend resurrected by Luke, a troubled college newbie who’s facing a rough and violent family trauma. Luke seeks the help of the charismatic Daniel to get through his crisis and achieve his dreams which Daniel willingly does.