Horror Movies 2020

If you’re like me, every week, you’re wondering what new horror movies released. That’s why we decided to add these weekly releases in an easy to find tab right in our menu. So now, you can go to iHorror.com or the iHorror apple or android app to find these releases with the quickness.

Netflix and Mike Flanagan are diving, once again, into an historic work of paranormal fiction to bring a new chapter of The Haunting to the streaming service.

Last year, The Haunting of Hill House took genre fans by storm by exhuming the bones of Shirley Jackson’s classic novel and building a brand new story encompassing family dynamics, madness, and the effects of a dark and diabolical house on its inhabitants.

With a new teaser released today, it appears that Flanagan has chosen Henry James’ classic The Turn of the Screw for a new chapter in what will now be an anthology series. There are a lot of more horror movies coming this year. These movies are being discussed in the horror movies news and we’ve picked some of our best picks.

The Conjuring 3

The Conjuring series has been liked by the viewers because of the conjoining stories and spin-offs, particularly with the Annabelle series, The upcoming Conjuring 3 will be probably focusing on its main story with this newest addition. Although James Wan is not back to direct the movie, there are no reasons to mourn his absence from the movie. James will be there more than simply in spirit; he serves as both a story co-developer and a producer. So, his influence will be notable and felt all through the film.

Luckily, Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson are back, they will be working under Michael Chaves, Who directed Curse of LA Llarona previously. This story will focus on a case where the alleged person claims that he was under some possession when he committed the crimes. It will probably be a more dynamic and complex story, and possibly it will produce a follow-up that will match the last two additions.

Untitled Saw Project

After Jigsaw (the sequel of the original Saw) failed to bring much spark back to the Saw series, it was very clear that the franchise had to follow a totally different path if they wanted to continue. But this time the franchise has come up with a project that is very probable to offer the same spark as the Original Saw. Although the project is untitled yet, this movie is said to get a lot of attention.

The Purge 5

There are just a number of certainties in the world: taxes, death and one more Purge movie. It was just a matter of time before we moved back to the crime world is yearly legal for a night. There is not much that we can say about this new addition in the series, however there is a possibility that this movie might be the last addition in the series.

At least, this is what James DeMonaco, the film writer of the movies told news. However the third release of the series, The Purge: Election Year, is already very clear, it’s positivity about the election of 2016 proven to be unfounded. So, James found one more idea that this might be the ending of the series. Time will make it clear if it is the end or not, but we will be back for one more Purge night.


This movie is being considered to be “spiritual sequel” to the film released in 1992 with the same name, Candyman, produced by Jordan Peele, find Tony Todd re-presenting his role as the character of the film returns to a now-gentrified Chicago area, which is exactly where the original Candyman story began.

You can most probably watch these movies on the Netflix and enjoy the Netflix horror movies. We cannot say much about if and when these movies will be available on Netflix, but all of us are surely excited.

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