2020 has been a terrifying year of uncertainty and change, but the one thing that emerged during this time that has truly been a beacon of hope is stellar movie releases that could be streamed from the comfort of home. The horror genre in particular saw the release of some amazing features that resonated with what we’re currently going through. There’s no Disney happy endings in sight here…
Let’s take a look at some of 2020’s best horror releases.
1. Dark and Wicked
If you’re looking for something that will scare the living daylights out of you,Bryan Bertino’s Dark and Wicked will do the trick. In Anytown, USA, on a secluded farm, a brother and sister and brought together by their father’s impending death. Eerie visions reveal that death isn’t the only thing that should be feared.
2. The Lodge
Following the death of their mother, two siblings are forced into a new relationship with their father’s mysterious fiancée. As they live together under one roof, strange and unexplainable things begin to happen, and they begin to suspect that the other is behind the terrifying events.
Edna, an old woman, is battling to keep in touch with reality. When her daughter and granddaughter come to visit, the house has deteriorated and is all consumed by everyone and everything within it.
4. 32 Malasaña Street
The movie is set to take place in Spain in 1976 where a family, residing in the titular residence, has to confront the ghosts that live among them.
An evil presence confines itself to one family, slipping between relatives. This makes exorcising the demon a lot more difficult and leaves the audience questioning whether or not something as dark as this could happen to their family.
Zombies and poor reception, is there anything more terrifying? Our hero needs to adapt to the ever-changing circumstances as he needs to become resourceful and fight for his future. While the zombies are a problem, he’s left with a difficult decision: does he leave his apartment or stay inside and wait to be discovered by zombies?
7. The Invisible Man
This H.G. Wells classic has been remade, once again telling the story of Cecilia and her stalker, abusive ex. Adding to her frustrations is that no one believes that the think no longer exists is still after her. It taps into every women’s fear of not being believed when they’re abused and mistreated.
Are You Up For The Ultimate Horror Marathon?
With an impressive list like this, it’s difficult not to want to drop everything, make some popcorn and binge for days. With a bit of casino online Brazil action in between to lighten the mood. The only real question you need to ask yourself, is are you up for the challenge and can you handle the emotional turmoil?