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Humanist Vampires, Cage, and Kazakhstan: 5 New Horror Movies for 2024 That You Missed

Humanist Vampires, Cage, and Kazakhstan: 5 New Horror Movies for 2024 That You Missed
Humanist Vampires, Cage, and Kazakhstan: 5 New Horror Movies for 2024 That You Missed

Photo source: Still from the movie “Mandy”

Humanist Vampires, Cage, and Kazakhstan: 5 New Horror Movies for 2024 That You Missed

Photo source: Still from the movie “Mandy”

Keeps you in suspense until the last seconds.

In recent months, quite a few films with the word ‘horror’ have appeared in the digital genre list, and we have selected the five best from them. There’s a horror drama, a terrifying parody of a TV show and the aesthetics of the Kazakh steppes.

The review opens with ‘Khash’ by Aisultan Seitov, who previously only made videos for famous Russian rappers. The debut work turned out to be strong, even now sending it to A24, and above all: really creepy.

The story of the gravedigger Asatay, who in the early 1930s went to a big city for a better life against the background of collectivization in the Kazakh Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, touches the hearts. From a historical drama, what happens on the screen smoothly turns into an inventive horror film, because on Asatay’s path very strange people meet.

You can’t pass Abigail at all. An entertaining horror movie could be titled with a quote from the Joker: “It’s not me who’s locked up with you, it’s you who’s locked up with me,” because it’s about a 12-year-old girl who gets kidnapped by a team of robbers.

To get a solid jackpot, the gang just needs to spend the night in a mysterious mansion, but the situation becomes tense when dark forces awaken within the girl. Let’s note the cast separately: here are Giancarlo Esposito (“Breaking Bad”), Dan Stevens (“Legion”) and Kevin Durand (“Real Steel”).

“Midnight with the Devil” might postpone viewing with its rather boring poster, but already from the trailer it is clear that viewers are in the mood for something unusual. To save a TV show that is losing popularity, the presenter decides to hold a live exorcism session, awakening the demon inside a little girl.

“The Purge in Arcadia” has absolutely nothing to do with “The Purge” franchise – here too the localizers have gone crazy, but still the picture is interesting, at least thanks to the presence of Nicolas Cage and Jaeden Martell from “It”, who have to survive in a world where scary monsters wake up at night.

We can’t forget the French film with the surprisingly long title ‘Vampire Humanist Seeks a Desperate Volunteer’, which basically describes the plot. It can’t be called a full-fledged horror film, it’s more reminiscent of ‘Real Ghouls’, but that’s what catches you.

And for those who can’t get enough of existing horror films, we recommend reading about fictional films – “A Nightmare on Elm Street” was transferred to Russian reality and it turned out no worse than the original.

Author: Alexey Pletkin

Source: Popcorn News

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