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With the endless choices at our disposal, keeping up with releases is getting harder and harder. Especially when it comes to the volume of streaming services that regularly release new release titles on their platforms. This week’s streaming picks are dedicated to the latest horror movies of 2021, available to stream now.

Here’s where you can see them this week!

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The Deep House – Hulu, Paramount+

Urban Explorer Ben (James Jaeger) drags his girlfriend Tina (Camille Rowe) on his latest adventure in search of a legendary house at the bottom of a lake. They find it with the help of a local, but also find themselves in a race against the clock when they get trapped inside. Oxygen levels are not the only problem; The underwater house is haunted. Iside directors Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury‘s latest version might not go as deep in terms of narrative, but its dedication to getting practical gives the haunted house an eerie, atmospheric, and exciting new twist. It’s spooky and otherworldly.


Malignant – HBO Max

The opening sequence channels the spectacle of Dark Castle in the late ’90s and builds an outlandish storyline that feels ’90s detached in both tone and bloodshed, signaling a wild ride ahead that will have you on its outrageous wavelength, or you are not . It’s a relentlessly entertaining riot, from the prison cell massacre with a mullet-wearing Zoë Bell to Maddie Hasson’s doe-eyed line of You’re Adopted?! The wild reception of the film also cements its place here. If you’ve caught this one more than once, the much grumpier creatures feature antler is also available on HBO Max.


The boy behind the door – shudder

Two young friends fight to escape from their captors in this adventurous journey, one of the best horror movies of 2021 ever. Filmmakers David Charbonier and Justin Powell dive straight into the heart of their unrelentingly suspenseful thriller that fearlessly pushes boundaries. They know how to block a scene and use sound design to maximize suspense and apply pressure in a steady clip. It’s a tight thriller that gets bolder with the hero’s age. Lonnie Chavis consistently carries a lot on his young shoulders, made all the more impressive by the dark themes. The intense thriller flips the concept of home invasion on its head and leaves you breathless on the edge of your seat.


Blood Red Sky -Netflix

Nadja (Peri Baumeister) and her ten-year-old son Elias (Carl Anton Koch) board a plane from Germany to New York. She is very ill and hopes that the doctor in New York can cure her illness with an experimental transfusion. Violent terrorists immediately hijack the plane, risking their lives in the process. When a particularly sadistic terrorist wreaks havoc, Nadja’s inner monster is unleashed. A beating heart of family love pumps through the veins of this intense horror thriller with a malevolent take on the vampire tale. Thrills at high altitude bring intensity, while character development and pathos add interest. It makes for a riveting action horror film.


titanium – Hello

Once again, Julia Ducournau finds unique, transgressive ways to use body horror that induce instant disgust while evoking instant empathy. Alexia is an anti-heroine, borderline sociopathic, and thoroughly alluring thanks to her shocking exploits. Alexia’s serial killer instinct takes a different turn when she encounters a bizarre father figure who’s just as broken as she is. titanium throws everything at his audience in an aggressive style. Visceral, terrifying violence, tenderness and even more bizarre sexual encounters. Ducournau makes all of this remarkably coherent visually and narratively. It’s anchored by two leads who are wholeheartedly devoted to their oddly charming but deeply flawed characters.

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