3 New Horror Movies Coming Out This Week and “Stranger Things” Ends Season 4!

We are looking forward to another long holiday weekend, with the 4th of July just around the corner. But how much new horror will keep us company over the long weekend?

In addition to season finals for bothStranger Things 4“and shudder”The last drive-in with Joe Bob Briggs”, three brand new horror movies are also coming out this week!

Here’s all the new horror coming out June 28 – July 4, 2022


We kick off with the next collaboration between Bloody Disgusting and Dark Star Pictures, the Spanish horror film The passenger now available at home at VOD outlets starting today.

In the film, a group of strangers sharing a ride is interrupted when the driver hits a woman walking in the dark of the night. They decide to help her, but soon find out that something is wrong and that they shouldn’t have let her in at all.

The passenger stars Ramiro Blas (“Blackwod”), Cecilia Suarez (“The Flower House”), Paula Gallego (“Paquita Salas”) and Christina Alcazar (“Pup”).

Raul Cerezo and Fernando Gonzalez Gomez directed the high-concept horror film that is downright grotesque, with buckets of blood and horrific effects.


Where the scary things are trailer

Also today, director B. Harrison SmithDeath House, The Special) is back with new Lionsgate slasher Where the scary things arewhich is now available on both digital and DVD.

The film is billed as “Stay with me or The Goonies… with a wonderfully dark twist.”

“The horror begins when Ayla and her high school friends discover a hideous, half-human mutant. They keep him captive while making horrific viral videos, but the gang’s hunger for “likes” drives them to film the beast performing murderous acts.

“When a boy sees Ayla using the monster’s horrific violence to stage her own vendettas, he threatens to tell the authorities – but is he too late to save his friends?”


3 New Horror Movies Coming Out This Week and "Stranger Things" Ends Season 4!

The biggest new release of the week is, of course, “Stranger Things 4: Part 2‘, the final two episodes of the fourth season, which will bring the epic finale to Netflix on Friday, July 1.

Almost 4 hours long, it’s Eleven vs. Vecna ​​in the last two episodes!

“It has been six months since the Battle of Starcourt, which brought terror and destruction to Hawkins. Struggling with its aftermath, our group of friends are separated for the first time — and navigating the complexities of high school hasn’t made it any easier.

“At this most vulnerable time, a new and horrifying supernatural threat is emerging, presenting a horrifying mystery that, if solved, could ultimately end the horrors of the Upside Down.”


3 New Horror Movies Coming Out This Week and "Stranger Things" Ends Season 4!

Friday, July 1, also marks the season finale of “The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs” on Shudder, a new season coming to a close with a mysterious double feature event.

As always, we won’t know which two movies Joe Bob and Darcy the Mail Girl will be showing until Friday night, but you better believe we’ll be tuning in and hanging out!

For the last couple of years, “The Last Drive-In” has been bringing horror fans together for Friday night double features that dominate all of our Twitter feeds with lively conversation.


3 New Horror Movies Coming Out This Week and "Stranger Things" Ends Season 4!

And finally, IFC midnight covers the planet in a poisonous mist with Rubiconwhich will come to select theaters and Digital on July 1. You can watch the official trailer for the film below.

In the film, “after a catastrophe on Earth, the planet is covered in a poisonous mist.”

“The crew of the space station known as Rubikon – Hannah (Julia Franz Richterr), Gavin (George Blades) and Dimitri (Mark Ivaniro) – must decide whether to risk their lives to go home and search for survivors, or remain safe in the station’s advanced ‘algae symbiosis system’, making them completely self-sufficient.”

Rubicon was directed by Magdalena Lauritsch and written by Jessica Lind and Lauritsc. John Mueckean old employee of Roland Emmerich took care of the production design.

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