Watch on Cineuropa: Looking for horrors to stream on Halloween? We got you covered
- From Dario Argento’s classics to new nail-biting indies, enjoy a weekend of horrors on our pages!
Looking for horrors to stream this weekend? Look no further, and enjoy this mix of timeless classics and new indie gems that will rattle nerves to rattle until Monday (and well beyond…). Watch them on Cineuropa, and look out for other films worth your time we have selected for you from the world’s best festivals!
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From Italian horror maestro Dario Argento comes this haunting tale of a Rome-stranded American writer who’s stalked by a serial killer bent on harassing him while killing everyone associated with his latest book. Fans of Suspiria, Deep Red, and Argento’s other masterworks – here’s a gem you mustn’t miss!
Night of the Living Dead
In 1968 George Romero changed the rules of horror forever with this black-and-white zombie film that remains as disturbing today as it was sixty years ago. An endless source of inspirations for filmmakers around the world, if there’s one film you should watch this weekend, let it be this.
And Then There Were None
Based on Agatha Christie’s novel, René Clair’s 1945 suspenseful adaptation follows ten strangers summoned to a remote island. As the wait for the unknown host to appear, they start being murdered, one by one, and must work together to determine who the killer is before it's too late.
Young housewife Helena is on the verge of fulfilling a dream as she prepares to open her own business. But when her husband Otavio is suddenly fired from his job, Helena is left to support the family alone. To make things worse, one of the building's brick walls seems to be crumbling… an ominous sign portending an encroaching, horror-fuelled catastrophe.
A Dutch twist to the Hansel and Gretel tale, van Warmerdam’s Grimm follows a couple of siblings who, abandoned in the woods by their father, travel to Spain in search for a new home. Inventive, original, here’s a Grimm story gone awry that will keep you on the edge of your seats.
Beast from the Haunted Cave
Released in 1959, here’s a horror/heist film following a group of gold thieves who flee into the snowy wilderness with their stolen riches, only to be pursued by a horrible, spider-like monster. Cinephiles suffering from arachnophobia, watch it at your own risk…
Widow Ruth is seven months pregnant when her unborn child sends her on a killing spree to avenge her husband’s death. As a metaphor for antenatal depression, Prevenge seesaws between violence and humour, concocting its own distinct blend of pathos, horror, and laughter.
The Little Shop of Horrors
Roger Corman’s cult horror comedy follows a nerdy florist who raises a plant that feeds on human flesh: a delightfully entertaining picture graced with Fred Katz's music. Not for the faint of heart (or those scared of dentists).
Based on the 1997 novel by Ryu Murakami – and directed by another Japanese legend, Takashi Miike – Audition homes in on a widower who takes an offer to screen girls at a special audition, arranged for him by a friend in hopes to find him a new wife. The one he fancies, however, is not who she appears to be…
An investigative reporter teams up with a police officer to solve the mystery of why a seemingly good man murdered her sister's family. Gorgeously shot and drenched in suspense, here’s a horror that may have skipped your radars.
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