Scary Movies In Theaters Now

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Scary Movies In Theaters

Are you a fan of horror? Then you’re in luck! Check out all the new scary movies in theaters now. From slashers, jump scares, and the paranormal, there is a horror film for every scary movie fan. Check out all the new horror movies in movie theaters now.

Scaredy cats, don’t scream: we have a full list of all movies in theaters hereLooking to go to the movies this weekend? Check out our list dedicated to new movies this weekend.

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In the dark comedy and horror film, a couple (Nicholas HoltAnya Taylor-Joy) visits an exclusive destination on a remote island to eat at a restaurant where a famous chef is preparing a delicious menu. However, the trip turns eerily dark once the couple finally makes their way to meet the famous chef (Ralph Fiennes).

Leah Greenblatt of EW writes, “Its appetite for destruction is also too much fun in the end to refuse: a giddy little amuse bouche for the apocalypse to come.”

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Prey for the Devil

In this horror film, a nun (Jaqueline Byers) prepares an exorcism for a young girl. She soon discovers that this evil force has mysterious ties to her past.

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“As Sister Ann, a nun who feels called to be the first female exorcist,” writes Greg Archer for Movieweb, “the actress is a joy to watch, and you root for her character.”

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Halloween Ends

4 years after the events of Halloween Kills, Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) lives with her granddaughter Alyson (Andi Matichak) writing her memoir. Her peace is suddenly disturbed when a young man accused of murdering the boy he was babysitting, causes a whole rush of violence. Michael Myers is back, and he’s ready for Laurie. Will our beloved final girl end his reign of terror for good?

In Bilge Ebiri’s review in Vulture, the critic enjoys the story arc.

“This new film takes a step back and remembers to tell a story, with characters and everything.”

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Smile 

When Dr. Rose Cotter (Sosie Bacon) witnesses a bizarre and traumatic incident involving 1 of her patients, her world changes. Now, an overwhelming feel of terror takes over her life, and Dr. Cotter must confront her past in order to stop it.

In Empire’s review of the film, Amon Warmann argues points out how unsettling the whole premise of the movie its.

“It’s enough to make you want to turn that frown upside down. After you’re done squirming.”

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Don’t Worry Darling

The Stepford Wives meets modern day complexities as Don’t Worry Darling plays in theaters. Florence Pugh stars as Alice, a young housewife who has moved to a 1950’s idealistic community with her husband Jack (Harry Styles). While it seems like a perfect life, Alice begins questioning the community and the company Jack works for, under the boss of the charming Frank (Chris Pine).

Amidst all of the press and “drama” surrounding the film, critics seem intrigued by the thriller.

“It’s got an incredible look and feel about it,” writes Germain Lussier for Gizmodo. “Impeccable production and costume design. Bright, beautiful cinematography. Memorable, impactful musical choices and a hypnotic, distinctive score.”

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Terrifier 2

The Art Clown resurrects and returns to Miles County with deadly consequences. As the clown sets to terrorize a teenage girl and her younger brother on Halloween, no one is safe. Is this Terrifier as gruesome as the first 1? You’ll have to watch to find out.

“Terrifier 2 is an interesting film, in that it tries to build off what made the first film so popular,” writes Alyse Wax in Collider, – the 4xtreme amounts of gore – and tries to add story to it. The gore succeeds, as it did the first time around. The story… not so much.”

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Barbarian

A young woman travels to Detroit and reserves a rental home. However, she discovers that the house is double booked by someone else. What’s even creepier is that there is a strange men already living there. Will she make it out alive? Barbarian stars Bill SkarsgardZach CreggerGeorgina Campbell, and Justin Long.

AV’s review of the film by Leigh Monson is all praise, not sharing too much with its readers.

Barbarian is the kind of film that leaves you speechless—which is why everyone will tell you to go into it knowing as little as possible..”

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Which of the scary movies will you choose to spook you?

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