The year 2020 is completely shattered with movies all around!
Movies but horror ones give the thrill to watch and require a lot of power to binge-watch these wow combinations of movies.
Here is a list of the latest released horror movies which you can check out and enjoy watching. It will shiver you, scare you but…but don’t quit these are really interesting ones to watch.
1.The Invisible Man-
Released on February 28 and Cast by – Elisabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge, Storm Reid, Directed by-Leigh Whannell.
This is one of the best studio horror films in recent years, and a story of classic H.G. Wells who gets a modern remake and somehow avoids all the problems that have plagued similar films. (Our apologies to the fans of Tom Cruise’s ill-fated 2017 movie, The Mummy.) Elisabeth Moss delivers a fantastic performance as a woman intent on escaping her abusive boyfriend, only to realize that he’s still stalking her. Invisibly. Remarkably intense, consistently clever, and full of characters worth caring about.
2.Color Out of Space
– Released on January 20 and Cast by -Nicolas Cage, Joely Richardson, Tommy Chong, Directed by -Richard Stanley (Hardware)
Based on a normal American family that finds itself infected by a freaky meteorite. Director Richard Stanley and his collaborators manage to tap into the best aspects of Lovecraft’s dark fiction while adding some excellent new touches of their own.
3.The Platform- Released on March 20
and Cast by -Ivan Massagué, Antonia San Juan, Zorion Eguileor, Director -Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia.
This is a sort of fun and weird combination of the movie. Here, A man awakens in a cell with a stranger, and their only sustenance arrives by way of a massive “platform” that arrives daily. But there’s not enough food for everyone in this facility. This is mind-bender mixed with a dark psychological horror film full of pointed social commentary.
4.La Llorona-Released on -August 21
Cast: María Mercedes Coroy, Sabrina De La Hoz, Margarita Kenéfic, Director: Jayro Bustamante.
This is one of the finest genre imports of the year, The well-known Latin American legend is retold in a story about a dying dictator who is locked in his house, with his staff and family, while protesters scream outside. Just when the family is at their most desperate, a mysterious new maid arrives to lend a hand. This is an excellent, powerful, sobering horror film from Guatemala.
5.Swallow- Released on March 6
Cast: Haley Bennett, Austin Stowell, David Rasche and Director: Carlo Mirabella-Davis.
This is a darkly funny and quietly creepy story of an ostensibly happy housewife who suddenly decides on a new hobby: she’s going to start swallowing small household objects. This offbeat, unpredictable, and visually impressive fable is anchored by a powerhouse lead performance by Haley Bennett.
6.Host-/ Released on July 30, Cast: Haley Bishop, Jemma Moore, Emma Louise Webb
And Director: Rob Savage.
It is a group of young friends gathering on Zoom to hold a fun little seance — only, of course, they manage to awaken something horrific, and can only watch as each member of the group is attacked by something unseen. Every once in a while horror fans get a “gimmick” flick that transcends its “gimmick” by also being just a damn good film.
7.Antebellum- Released on September 18
Cast: Janelle Monáe, Eric Lange, Kiersey Clemons and Director: Gerard Bush, Christopher Renz
Stunning and fascinating one, this plantation-set horror story starts out feeling like similar films (12 Years a Slave is one example) but then it becomes a sort of a very dark episode of The Twilight Zone, and then it smoothly transforms into a horror movie that delivers a few powerful moments. Timely, confrontational, and sure to be at least a little bit divisive.
Khushi is a curious girl and she has always been engaged with writing and pen and paper have always been her best companions and pursuing her media and journalism from Delhi.