This Week’s Horror Releases: 18th July

Looking for something new to watch this week? Here’s a list of all of this week’s new horror releases across cinemas and the main VOD platforms. We’ll also give you a quick run down of what came out last week, in case you missed anything!

In Cinemas

She Will

In selected cinemas from Friday 22nd July. Dir: Charlotte Colbert. Starring: Malcolm McDowell, Alice Krige, Rupert Everett.

The film explores the story of Veronica Ghent (Alice Krige) who after a double mastectomy, goes to a healing retreat in rural Scotland with her young nurse Desi (Kota Eberhardt). She discovers that the process of such surgery opens up questions about her very existence, leading her to start to question and confront past traumas. The two develop an unlikely bond as mysterious forces give Veronica the power to enact revenge within her dreams.

VOD Releases

Moloch (2022)

Shudder, from Thursday 21st July. Dir: Nico van den Brink. Starring: Sallie Harmsen, Anneke Blok, Markoesa Hamer.

Betriek lives at the edge of a peat bog in the North of the Netherlands. When she and her family are attacked by a random stranger one night, Betriek sets out to find an explanation. The more she digs, the more she becomes convinced that she is being hunted by something ancient.

This Is GWAR (2022)

Shudder, from Thursday 21st July. Dir: Scott Barber. Starring: Ethan Embry, Jon Freeman.

The powerful story of the most iconic heavy metal/art collective/monster band in the universe, as told by the humans who have fought to keep it alive for over thirty years.

Phantom of the Mall: Eric’s Revenge (1989)

Shudder, from Monday 18th July. Dir: Richard Friedman. Starring: Derek Rydall, Jonathan Goldsmith, Rob Estes.

A man loses his home and suffers life-threatening burns from a fire deliberately set by commercial real estate developers vying for his property. One year later, a shopping mall opens on the land, and a series of murders begins.

El Topo (1970)

Shudder, from Monday 18th July. Dir: Alejandro Jodorowsky. Starring: Alejandro Jodorowsky, Brontis Jodorowsky, Jose Legarreta.

A mysterious black-clad gunfighter wanders a mystical Western landscape encountering multiple bizarre characters.

The Holy Mountain (1973)

Shudder, from Monday 18th July. Dir: Alejandro Jodorowsky. Starring: Alejandro Jodorowsky, Horacio Salinas, Zamira Saunders.

In a corrupt, greed-fuelled world, a powerful alchemist leads a messianic character and seven materialistic figures to the Holy Mountain, where they hope to achieve enlightenment.

Fando y Lis (1968)

Shudder, from Monday 18th July. Dir: Alejandro Jodorowsky. Starring: Tamara Garina, Sergio Kleiner, Diana Mariscal.

In Jodorowsky’s absurdist, post-apocalyptic debut feature, Fando and his partner Lis seek the legendary fabled city of Tar, where Lis hopes to be cured of her handicap.

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Last Week’s Highlights:

Resident Evil: Season 1

Netflix, from Thursday 14th July. Starring: Ella Balinska, Lance Reddick, Siena Agudong.

Years after a viral outbreak caused a global apocalypse, Jade Wesker vows to bring down those responsible while fighting to survive against the Infected.

Broadcast Signal Intrusion (2021)

Shudder, from Tuesday 12th July. Dir: Jacob Gentry. Starring: Harry Shum Jr, Kelley Mack, Chris Sullivan.

In the late 90s, a video archivist unearths a series of sinister pirate broadcasts and becomes obsessed with uncovering the dark conspiracy behind them. Click here to read our review.

Good Madam (2022)

Shudder, from Thursday 14th July. Dir: Jenna Cato Bass. Starring: Chumisa Cosa, Nosipho Mtebe, Kamvalethu Jonas Raziya.

An eerie psychological thriller about Tsidi, who is forced to moved in with her estranged mother, a live-in domestic worker caring obsessively for her catatonic white ‘Madam’ in the wealthy Cape Town suburbs. But as Tsidi tries to heal her family, the ‘spectre’ of ‘Madam’ begins to stir.

The Forbidden Photos of a Lady Above Suspicion (1970)

Shudder, from Monday 11th July. Dir: Luciano Ercoli. Starring: Dagmar Lassander, Pier Capponi, Simon Andreu.

The wife of a financially struggling businessman is blackmailed by a mysterious man into having a sadistic relationship with him, or he will release damning evidence which suggests that her husband is a murderer.

Suspicious Death of a Minor (1975)

Shudder, from Monday 11th July. Dir: Sergio Martino. Starring: Claudio Cassinelli, Mel Ferrer, Lia Tanzi.

A young girl is found brutally murdered and the case is handed over to Detective Germi. During the investigation, the detective discovers a prostitution trafficking linked to powerful people.

Daniel Isn’t Real (2019)

Shudder, from Monday 11th July. Dir: Adam Egypt Mortimer. Starring: Miles Robbins, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Sasha Lane.

A troubled college freshman, Luke, suffers a violent family trauma. He then resurrects his charismatic childhood imaginary friend Daniel to help him cope, not realizing how dangerous Daniel is.

A Tale of Two Sisters (2003)

Shudder, from Monday 11th July. Dir: Jee-woon Kim. Starring: Lim Soo-jung, Jung-ah Yum, Kim Kap-su.

In this Korean horror classic, scary things happen after two sisters are reunited. The bond between Su-mi and Su-yeon is so strong, even a stay at a mental hospital couldn’t break it. When they return to live at their country home, the girls’ father has remarried and strange events soon lead to dark revelations

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