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10 Most Anticipated Horror Movies To Get Goosebumps From in 2024

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By Augustine Mbam - - 5 Mins Read
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Did you think 2023’s  “Talk to Me” was horrifying? Prepare to immerse yourself in a year-long ride of terror and suspense as we unveil the most anticipated horror movies of 2024.

Horror lovers better rejoice, for each script is set to come alive with a collection of spine-tingling tales designed to arouse thrills and chills in equal measure.

From nerve-wracking creature features to heart-pounding thrillers, the upcoming horror movies promise to use every taste and preference within the horror genre.

Read till the end to find out all the new horror movies you should add to your must-watch list now and the special bonus just for you.


1. Lisa Frankenstein:Release Date: February 9, 2024

Leading the charge is "Lisa Frankenstein," a quirky horror-comedy that injects a dose of neon-colored mayhem into the genre.

Starring Kathryn Newton and Cole Sprouse, this film follows the story of a goth girl who embarks on a macabre journey to create the perfect man from a reanimated corpse. With its blend of humor and horror, "Lisa Frankenstein" is sure to tickle your funny bone while sending shivers down your spine.


2. Imaginary:Release Date: March 8, 2024

Prepare to confront your childhood fears in "Imaginary," a sinister tale that turns innocent playthings into agents of terror.

When a woman returns to her childhood home, she discovers that her sister's attachment to an old stuffed teddy bear hides a dark secret. As she unravels the mystery behind the toy, she finds herself drawn into a nightmare from which there may be no escape.


3. Immaculate:Release Date: March 22, 2024

Step into the eerie confines of "Immaculate," a chilling exploration of religious fervor gone awry. Sydney Sweeney stars as a woman who finds herself ensnared in a convent in rural Italy, only to uncover sinister forces lurking beneath the surface of piety.

As she struggles to free herself from the clutches of this unholy institution, she must confront her deepest fears in a battle for her soul.

4. Late Night With the Devil: Release Date: March 22, 2024

For fans of found footage horror, "Late Night With the Devil" offers a tantalizing blend of suspense and supernatural intrigue.

David Dastmalchian stars as a 1970s TV talk show host whose Halloween special takes a terrifying turn when a guest unveils a connection to a Satanic cult. As the night unfolds, viewers are plunged into a nightmarish realm of darkness and despair.


5. Godzilla X Kong: The New Empire:Release Date: March 29, 2024

While not your traditional horror fare, "Godzilla X Kong: The New Empire" promises plenty of pulse-pounding excitement as two iconic monsters clash in an epic battle for supremacy.

With a star-studded cast and jaw-dropping visual effects, this action-packed extravaganza is sure to leave audiences on the edge of their seats.


6. Cuckoo:Release Date: May 3, 2024

Hunter Schafer's directorial debut, "Cuckoo," offers a fresh take on the psychological horror genre with its enigmatic plot and haunting visuals. While details are scarce, early reports suggest that this film will push the boundaries of suspense and intrigue, keeping viewers guessing until the very end.


7. The Watchers:Release Date: June 7, 2024

From the mind of Ishana Shyamalan comes "The Watchers," a spine-chilling tale of isolation and paranoia set amidst the eerie backdrop of an Irish forest.

Dakota Fanning stars as a woman stranded in this otherworldly landscape, where she encounters mysterious beings that stalk the night. As tensions rise and secrets are revealed, she must confront the darkness within herself to survive.


8. A Quiet Place: Day One:Release Date: June 28, 2024

Fans of the "A Quiet Place" franchise will be delighted by the upcoming prequel, "A Quiet Place: Day One."

Directed by Michael Sarnoski and featuring a stellar cast, this film promises to delve into the origins of the terrifying creatures that have plunged the world into silence, offering a fresh perspective on the beloved series.


9. Speak No Evil:Release Date: August 9, 2024

James McAvoy, Mackenzie Davis, and Scoot McNairy headline the American remake of the Danish psychological horror film "Speak No Evil."

As two families collide on vacation, they soon discover that the idyllic retreat hides dark secrets that threaten to tear them apart. With its gripping storyline and powerhouse performances, "Speak No Evil" is poised to be a standout entry in the horror genre.


10. Alien: Romulus: Release Date: August 16, 2024

Rounding out the lineup is "Alien: Romulus," a gripping addition to the iconic sci-fi horror franchise. Directed by Fede Alvarez and starring Isabela Merced and Cailee Spaeny, this film promises to explore new depths of terror as it delves into the mysterious origins of the Xenomorphs.

With the blessing of franchise creator Ridley Scott, "Alien: Romulus" is set to terrify audiences and reignite their love for the otherworldly horrors that lurk among the stars.


In conclusion, the new horror movies coming out in 2024 are offering a tempting mix of old favorites and exciting newcomers to the genre. With each film filled with its own uniqueness, From the neon-soaked madness of "Lisa Frankenstein to the cosmic horrors of "Alien: Romulus," there would be no shortage of nightmare-giving movies on movie night.


But the excitement doesn't end there. As we go deeper into the year, below are some additional titles that you shouldn't miss: Beetlejuice 2 - Release Date: September 6 2024, Saw XI - Release Date: September 2024, Smile 2 - Release Date: October 18 2024, Nosferatu - Release Date: December 25, 2024.


As we eagerly anticipate the release of these new horror movies coming out in 2024, one thing is certain: the producers show no signs of slowing down. So, whether you're a horror fan or a newcomer to the world of horror, there's never been a better time to start watching horror movies.