Top 6 New Horror Movies to Watch this Fall

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As September arrives, bringing the crisp autumn air and the promise of Halloween on the horizon, it’s the perfect time to indulge in spine-tingling cinematic experiences. This month, from classic franchises to daring new movies coming out, offers a diverse array of horror films bound to send shivers down your spine. So, grab your popcorn and prepare to be terrified and delighted by the best horror movies this month.

1) The Equalizer 3: Denzel Washington’s Action Extravaganza

Prepare for another round of pulse-pounding action as Denzel Washington returns in “The Equalizer 3.” In this installment, Washington reprises his role as the formidable Robert McCall, a former government assassin turned vigilant protector of the innocent. Directed by Antoine Fuqua and penned by Richard Wenk, this film promises to close the trilogy with a bang.

This time, McCall finds himself in the picturesque yet treacherous landscapes of Southern Italy. What was meant to be a peaceful retirement quickly turns into a blood-soaked battle against a ruthless criminal organization. Dakota Fanning, David Denman, and Sonia Ammar are joining Washington in this thrilling conclusion. Expect high-octane action sequences, intense confrontations, and McCall’s unyielding determination to bring justice to the world.

2) Perpetrator: Jennifer Reeder’s Dark Coming-of-Age Tale

“Perpetrator” offers a unique blend of horror and coming-of-age drama in a chilling narrative exploring womanhood’s mysteries. Directed by Jennifer Reeder and featuring Kiah McKirnan and Alicia Silverstone in starring roles, this film takes viewers on a surreal and gruesome journey.

The story revolves around a teenage girl who discovers a haunting family secret: every woman in her family receives strange and unsettling gifts when they turn eighteen. As her body undergoes profound changes, she grapples with the implications of this eerie tradition. Reeder, known for her feminist sensibilities, infuses the film with elements of horror that resonate with more profound explorations of female identity. “Perpetrator” promises to be a thought-provoking and visually captivating experience.

3) The Nun 2: A Terrifying Sequel to the Evil Nun’s Saga

If you thought Valak, the demonic nun, was done haunting your nightmares, think again. “The Nun 2” returns to the screen with a chilling tale set in 1956 France. Sister Irene faces a horrifying encounter with evil after a priest’s gruesome murder, unleashing a relentless supernatural force upon the world.

With jump-scare horror, a talented cast led by Bonnie Aarons, and a dark narrative, this sequel promises heart-pounding suspense and spine-chilling thrills. Prepare for a relentless battle against the malevolent Valak as she seeks new victims in this bone-chilling thriller.

4) A Haunting in Venice: Poirot’s Creepiest Mystery Yet

Master detective Hercule Poirot returns in “A Haunting in Venice,” a thrilling mystery set in the enchanting city of canals. Kenneth Branagh reprises his role as Poirot following his appearances in “Murder on the Orient Express” and “Death on the Nile.”

In this installment, a séance takes a chilling turn when a guest is found dead, plunging Poirot into a web of deceit and murder. With a stellar cast, including Michelle Yeoh and Jamie Dornan, the film promises suspense, mesmerizing visuals, and Poirot’s unparalleled deductive skills on full display. Get ready for a riveting whodunit that keeps you guessing until the end.

5) Love at First Sight: A Chance Encounter in the Air

“Love at First Sight” brings to life the heartwarming tale from Jennifer E. Smith’s novel, “The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight.” This enchanting romance unfolds in the unlikely setting of an airport, where two strangers experience a serendipitous connection that sparks a profound and immediate bond. Starring Haley Lu Richardson and Ben Hardy as the star-crossed lovers, the film is elevated by the narration of Jameela Jamil. Director Vanessa Caswill takes the helm, weaving the story of these two souls who, despite the odds, fall head over heels in love during their brief encounter.

6) Expend4bles: Sylvester Stallone’s Final Farewell

Sylvester Stallone bids farewell to his iconic role as Barney Ross in “Expend4bles,” marking the end of an era for this ensemble action franchise. Known for assembling an all-star cast of action heroes, the “Expendables” series returns for one last explosive mission.

Reuniting with Stallone are familiar faces such as Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, and Randy Couture, ensuring the final installment maintains its reputation for intense action sequences and larger-than-life characters. However, the team faces a formidable new adversary in Iko Uwais, who portrays Rahmat, a soldier turned arms dealer.

Joining the franchise’s ranks are Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, Megan Fox, and Andy Garcia, adding fresh energy to the mix. Directed by Scott Waugh and featuring a screenplay by Kurt Wimmer, Tad Daggerhart, and Max Adams, “Expend4bles” promises to deliver the explosive thrills and camaraderie that fans have come to love, making it a fitting send-off for this action-packed saga.


As the leaves fall and the nights grow longer, these new movies coming out will surely provide the thrills and chills that horror enthusiasts crave. September has something for every horror fan, from action-packed sequels to thought-provoking tales of the supernatural. So, take advantage of these spine-tingling cinematic experiences, and let the scares begin!

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