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Halloween 2018 Horror Movies TV Shows You May Have Overlooked
Halloween 2018 Horror Movies TV Shows You May Have Overlooked

1. Apostle (2018)
Consider celebrating Halloween this year by watching overlooked horror movies featuring teenage cannibals, ghosts, killer cults, evil puppets, tentacled sea creatures, and Nazi zombies. We sure hope you like nightmares.
Apostle (2018)
Apostle stars Dan Stevens as a troubled man in the early 1900s who travels to a remote island incognito to rescue his sister, who was kidnapped by a sadistic religious cult. The first part of the movie is a slow-burn mystery, but by the second half, the story turns into a crazy bloodbath full of mythology and murder.
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Update, Oct. 30, 2018: Adds more new movies and TV shows.
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First published Oct. 30, 2015.

2. Malevolent (2018)
In the movie Malevolent, brother and sister team Angela (Florence Pugh) and Jackson (Ben Lloyd-Hughes) seem like con artists who prey on grief-stricken people wanting to contact dead loved ones. Things are going well until Mrs. Green (Celia Imrie) hires the siblings and their team. They soon learn her home was once an orphanage where gruesome murders of young girls took place. But Angela starts to really see ghosts when she's confronted by the terrifying truth behind the orphanage murders.
Malevolent (2018)
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3. The Haunting of Hill House (2018)
The Haunting of Hill House TV series on Netflix is a reimagining of the beloved Shirley Jackson novel of the same name about five siblings who grew up in the famous haunted house with their parents.
The Haunting of Hill House (2018)
Director Mike Flanagan's beautifully shot series takes place over two timelines when the siblings are children and then adults. Though the series centers around a haunted house, the story delves more into how a family deals with suicide, drug abuse, betrayal, grief, and trauma.
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4. Lore (2018)
Witches, murderers, ghosts, plagues and other scary things descend in the second season of Amazon's horror anthology series Lore.
Lore (2018)
From an executive producer of The Walking Dead and an executive producer of The Exorcist, this new season of the critically acclaimed anthology series explores real-life disturbing tales behind well-known myths and legends.
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5. Light as a Feather (2018)
The Light as a Feather TV series on Hulu tells the story of four best friends who invite the shy new girl out on Halloween but regret their decision when she suggests they play a twisted version of Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board. When the friends start dying, the remaining survivors must solve the mystery before all of them are killed off. This series has plenty of twists and turns to keep horror fans entertained, but it's also an interesting commentary on friendship, betrayal and bullying.
Light as a Feather (2018)
Available on Hulu.
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6. Delirium (2018)
Delirium is a chilling psychological horror film starring Topher Grace as Tom, who's recently been released from a mental institution and is living under house arrest. As he spends his days catching up on his lost teenage years, he starts to suspect his family home is haunted by his father, who committed suicide.
Delirium (2018)
Available on Netflix.
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7. The Lodgers (2018)
Twins Rachel (Charlotte Vega) and Edward (Bill Milner) have an unusual attachment to their creepy family home. Each night, the property becomes the domain of a sinister presence called The Lodgers that enforces three rules upon the siblings. They must be in bed by midnight; they can't allow outsiders to come inside; and if one of them attempts to escape, the life of the other is in danger.
The Lodgers (2018)
When a troubled war veteran who lives in the nearby village is attracted to Rachel, she returns his affections by breaking rules, and that puts her brother's life in jeopardy.
Available on Netflix.
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8. Haunted (2018)
Horror docuseries Haunted interviews real people who've had very scary real-life paranormal encounters. The TV series re-creates their stories with entertainingly creepy dramatizations.
Available on Netflix.
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9. Hold the Dark (2018)
A retired wolf expert (Jeffrey Wright) is summoned to the dangerous Alaskan wilderness to investigate a child's disappearance in Hold the Dark. As the mystery unfolds, wolves may not be the real predators.
Available on Netflix.
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10. Into the Dark: The Body (2018)
In Blumhouse's anthology series Into the Dark on Hulu, a new installment centers around a different holiday, with the first being for Halloween. In Into the Dark: The Body, a hit man ends up at a costume party, with his latest dead victim wrapped up in cellophane like a costume prop.
Into the Dark: The Body (2018)
Available on Hulu.
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11. The Invitation (2015)
When a man (played by Logan Marshall-Green) accepts an invitation to a dinner party hosted by his ex-wife (Tammy Blanchard) and her new husband (Michiel Huisman), the event evolves from awkward to dangerous. He soon suspects sinister plans are in store for all the dinner guests, including him.
The Invitation (2015)
Available on Netflix.
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Intruders (2015)
Anna (Beth Riesgraf) suffers from severe agoraphobia and hasn't left her childhood home in the 10 years since her father died. She takes care of her dying brother Conrad (Timothy T. McKinney) and also receives daily food deliveries from Dan (Rory Culkin), whom she befriends. But when her brother dies and she's left all alone in the house, three men decide to break in to steal money. While this may feel like a typical home invasion horror film, things aren't what they seem.
Available on Amazon Prime.
Intruders (2015)
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