Screambox has revealed the new films that will be joining the horror streaming service in December, including exclusive titles History of the Occult and The Anchor as well as cult favorites like Night Terrors, American Mary, and Housebound.
Letterboxd’s highest-rated horror movie of 2021, History of the Occult, streams exclusively on Screambox on December 6. From Argentinian writer-director Cristian Ponce, the Lovecraftian faux-documentary pulls viewers deep into a world of conspiracy and witchcraft.
Bring the year to a close with South Korean mystery-thriller The Anchor beginning December 27. Writer-director Jung Ji-yeon’s feature debut stars Chun Woo-hee (The Wailing), Shin Ha-kyun (Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance), and Lee Hye-young (Boys Over Flowers).
From The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Poltergeist director Tobe Hooper, Night Terrors is streaming on Screambox today. The 1993 horror film stars A Nightmare on Elm Street icon Robert Englund in a dual role as both the Marquis de Sade and his sadomasochistic descendant.
Seven films are coming on December 16: 7 Below starring Val Kilmer (Top Gun) and Ving Rhames (Pulp Fiction); the Soska Sisters’ American Mary starring Katharine Isabelle (Hannibal); Lovecraftian horror Banshee Chapter; cryptid found footage flick Bigfoot: The Lost Coast Tapes; Indonesian action-horror Dead Mine; festival favorite horror-comedy Housebound; and zombie-war hybrid Outpost: Black Sun.
These titles join Screambox’s growing library of unique horror content, including Terrifier, Terrifier 2, Pennywise: The Story of IT, Masters of Horror, 13 Nights of Elvira, Satan’s Little Helper, PussyCake, and Toxic Crusaders.
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