5 New Horror Movies Releasing This Week Plus ‘Jaws’ Comes to Theaters in 3D for the First Time!

With September just days away, this week is a bit of a “quiet before the storm” sort of week, as a ton of new horror releases are coming hot and heavy in the next two months.

This week, however, is relatively quiet, but that doesn’t mean we’re not getting any new horror this week. In fact, we’re getting FIVE brand new horror movies in the coming days.

That includes a brand new original from the BD-powered SCREAMBOX, not to mention the theatrical re-release of a horror classic…. in THREE DIMENSIONS for the first time.

Here’s all the new horror arriving August 30 – September 4, 2022!

First up, Bloody Disgusting is excited to debut the brand new SCREAMBOX Original PussyCake, a gore-fest from Argentina that’s now streaming exclusively on SCREAMBOX!

PussyCake is also available for $4.99 rental on VOD outlets today.

Described as Evil Dead meets Josie and the Pussycats, Pablo Parés‘ PussyCake promises monsters, inter-dimensional journeys, kickass music, and of course, lots of gore!

In the film, a struggling all-girl rock band kicks off a new tour, hoping to rekindle their popularity. Things are off to a bad start, however, when they show up to their first gig to find the town deserted. After they catch the attention of horrors from beyond our reality, the band realizes that being forgotten by their fans is the least of their problems.

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Also available today is new indie horror movie The Gravedigger from Indican Pictures, up for grabs on DVD and On Demand and offering a new spin on Frankenstein’s Monster.

Set in 1700s Bavaria, The Gravedigger follows Kurt Volkera (Paul Homza), a lonely gravedigger whose life is forever changed when he stumbles upon a scared, violent man (Gisbert Heuer) hiding in the graveyard. After taking him in, Volkera’s past comes back to haunt him after learning that the man is actually the creation of a young Victor Frankenstein (Tyler Charles Kane) for whom he had been collecting body parts a year earlier.

Meanwhile, Dr. Frankenstein is on the hunt for his monster, who had murdered his entire family in a fit of rage and escaped. As Dr. Frankenstein gets closer to finding his prey and exacting revenge, the monster begins to find his humanity with the help of his new friend, the gravedigger.

Directed by Erynn Dalton (American Cryptid) and written by Joseph Zettelmaier (“The Call of the Void”), The Gravedigger also stars Arlette Del Toro (The Naked Proof).

Shudder Original Production, the horror-comedy Who Invited Them from writer/director Duncan Birmingham (MaronBlunt Talk) will be available exclusively on Shudder in the US, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand on Thursday, September 1.

Shudder holds worldwide rights to the film, which made its U.S. premiere at New Orleans’ Overlook Film Festival, and stars Ryan Hansen (Party Down), Melissa Tang (The Kominsky Method), Timothy Granaderos (13 Reasons Why) and Perry Mattfeld (In the Dark).

Who Invited Them puts a fresh, fun twist on the home invasion genre. It’s darkly comic yet shockingly sinister. We can’t wait for Shudder members to check out the party,” said Shudder general manager Craig Engler.

In Who invited Them, Adam and Margo’s (Hansen, Tang) housewarming party is a success. However, one mysterious couple (Granaderos, Mattfeld) linger long after all the other guests have left. The uninvited couple reveals themselves to be their wealthy neighbors, Tom and Sasha. But as a single nightcap leads to another, Adam and Margo start to suspect these new friends are actually duplicitous strangers.

Coming from Screen Media, The Harbinger is being billed as a “paranormal Hitchcockian thriller,” and it will be available in select theaters and On Demand on Friday, September 2.

In the film, starring The Black Phone scene-stealer Madeleine McGraw….

Hoping to escape their past, Daniel and Theresa Snyder move their troubled young daughter Rosalie to a quaint Midwestern town, but they are followed by the evil they tried to leave behind. When locals begin to die, the Snyders turn to a Native American seer and uncover a legend that may hold the key to saving their family, or a path to a grisly end for them and all they hold dear.”

Irene Bedard (Pocahontas), Will KlipstineAmanda MacDonald and Steve Monroe also star.

Will Klipstine directed The Harbinger and wrote the script with Amy Mills.

Billed as being “in the tradition of The Babadook,” Australian paranormal horror Surrogate, starring Kestie Morassi (Wolf Creek) and Jane Badler (“V”), comes to Amazon this Friday.

Surrogate will be available September 2nd for TVOD on Amazon and September 16th on Tubi and GoogleTV via Indie Rights.

Written by Beth King and David Willing, in his feature directorial debut, Surrogate tells of Natalie Paxton (Morassi), a single mother and nurse, who falls mysteriously ill and struggles to stop her family from being destroyed.

Louise Siverson (Prisoner, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries), Taysha Furragia, Ellie Stewart, and Ellie Tevelis co-star in the “unsettling spooker.”


Steven Spielberg‘s horror classics Jaws, the movie that forever changed the face of the Hollywood summer blockbuster, is returning to theaters this Labor Day Weekend.

Jaws is taking another bite out of the big screen nationwide on September 2, 2022, and the 1975 shark attack classic is being re-released in theaters in IMAX as well as RealD 3D!

This is the FIRST TIME Jaws has ever been released in IMAX. Watch the IMAX trailer below!

Jaws redefined what it means to be a summer-event blockbuster and now for the first time ever audiences can experience Steven Spielberg’s motion picture classic in 3D,” added Travis Reid, CEO & President, Cinema, RealD. “Everything that made Jaws a sensation and a fan favorite for nearly 50 years will be enhanced in RealD 3D, allowing fans a completely new opportunity to immerse themselves in one of the greatest summer suspense thrillers of all time.”

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