Over 20 new horror movies and shows released in May 2021!
If you thought the last month was filled with horror, be prepared for what May has in store for you. From indie gems to TV shows, the return of an iconic franchise and more, this month has been in full swing from the start!
Arriving on VOD via Arrow on May 3rd, Threshold tells the beautiful story of a brother and a sister (okay, maybe not so charming since the poor sister is cursed). Seeking the help of his brother, he embarks on an adventure across the country to end the horrors that bind her.
After taking off on another bender, Barry finds himself abducted by aliens. What happens is a wild night loaded with drugs, sex, and debauchery, as extraterrestrial visitors take control of his every action. You can catch Fried barry the Shudder May 7e.
The devil’s child follows a nurse who struggles to overcome past trauma, while caring for an old psychic whose home holds threatening secrets. You can see the film on VOD and streaming on May 7th.e.
You know, with age and experience, if someone ever said to me, “Hey, would you like to visit my underground medical facility?” I would probably take a step back. Unfortunately, this is not the case with our young protagonist in Antidote. May 11e Via digital and DVD, viewers can experience a woman’s efforts to escape from a place where victims are horribly tortured, only to be healed with a special antidote.
Also, late night mortuaries – maybe not the best idea. In Morgue, arrival May 11e via HD digital, DVD and Blu-ray, our protagonist assumes the role of a security guard; Throughout his shift he encounters a variety of supernatural events that will shake and test his sanity.
Benny loves you Will make you think twice before throwing away your childhood possessions (I’m talking to you who just put that adorable teddy bear away the other day, get it out of storage before it goes wild). Because it’s the kind of bloody journey that takes place in Benny loves you, as the titular plush seeks revenge for being abandoned by its owner. You can watch the movie on May 11.e via VOD and on Blu-ray on May 25e.
A slasher that takes place on rollerblades? Count on me! Rink of death ROLLS its way to demand May 11e via Wild Eye (wow, lots of being excited to come on the 11the!)
From the wild and sinister spirit of Alexandre Aja, the acclaimed French director brings Oxygen on Netflix May 12e. Compared to the tastes of Crawl, High tension, and his The hills have eyes remake, Oxygen seems to be a more mysterious tale. A woman wakes up to find herself trapped in a cryogenic chamber with no memory of how she got there; with little time before the air runs out, she races against the clock to remember who she is.
If season four looks like the previous season, Castlevania appears to be a bloodbath brimming with top-notch anime action. The final season arrives on Netflix on May 13e.
Netflix Haunted continues with stranger stories of supernatural encounters, aimed at expanding the public’s perception of what the hidden secrets lie before our eyes. You can watch the next episode starting May 14e.
You might already be used to the idea of what a Djinn is if you’ve ever seen Aladdin (that is, the genius who grants wishes). So when it comes to The Djinn, arriving in theaters, digitally and on VOD on May 14e, take everything you know about this adorable concept and throw it out the window. When a boy makes an innocent wish, he invites an evil spirit into his house that threatens to harm him.
Netflix Love, death and robots was nothing less than a gripping and bizarre anthology series when it debuted in 2019; Now about two years later, season two hits the streaming platform on May 14e, offering viewers more existential humor, drama and fear.
Amy Adams plays a woman who suffers from agoraphobia and who one day witnesses an act of violence. But when she tries to help do justice, things aren’t what they seem (or are they?). The woman at the window arrives May 14e on Netflix.
The great titan of aughts horror returns in Spiral: From the Book of Saw. With Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson, many details surrounding SpiralThe plot of has been well hidden; As of this writing, we know there is a killer specifically targeting the police, said killer following a similar path to the infamous Jigsaw. You can catch Spiral in theaters May 14e.
It’s no Alice in Wonderland bring down. The mad Hatter follows a group of classmates who take a trip to the “Mad Hatter” mansion; they are little unaware of the horrors that await them. You can catch The mad Hatter May 18e.
Need something more family-friendly? Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous returns for its third season! There are enough dinosaur thrills and treats to piss off little ones. Season Three premieres on Netflix on May 21st.
Here’s something little kids shouldn’t try – workouts (or should they?). When a young girl arrives at her new academy, she’s going to have to deal with more than just lessons (like the horrific death of another student and more than likely supernatural issues). Meeting arrives digitally and on demand May 21st.
Killer dolphins? Check. Killer octopuses? Check. Killer starfish? Check. In Aquarium of the dead, this b-horror delight is sure to deliver blood and laughs. The movie arrives May 21st.
You know what else is happening on the 21stst? Friggin ‘Zack Snyder’s Army of the dead! Now that Snyder has given the world a Justice League, it offers a second portion of zombie madness (given that it’s been 17 years since the release of his Dawn of the Dead remake). You can catch the chaos of the living dead on Netflix.
Oh but you thought it was all on the 21stst had to offer? Well think again because Dementia, part II also happens to you! Together with Dark Star Pictures, Bloody Disgusting is excited to bring you a horrific madness story. This exciting mix of violence and weirdness promises to create “the mood of a midnight horror movie”. Try not to be too disgusted by Dementia, part II when it hits theaters.
After seeing his father kill his mother and his brother, Alexis decides to take his father out; in the process however, she develops the ability to see sound (creating an uplifting sensation). This feeling manifests itself in Alexis, causing her to want more. Noise of violence arrives on-demand and in theaters May 21st as well as.
May 26e, Netflix versions Ghost lab. Combining science and the supernatural, this Thai horror film seeks to explore the existence of ghosts (which will cost our protagonists more than they realize).
In the blood soaked slasher Skull: the mask, the audience will come to meet the spirit of Anhangá – the executioner of the god Tahawantinsupay. For those who need a new slasher, you can grab Skull: the mask slice and dice its way on Shudder May 27e.
Last but not least – A Quiet Place, Part II! John Krasinski returns to lead Emily Blunt and her company through a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by monstrous beings. Featuring the likes of Cillian Murphy, A Quiet Place, Part II seems to be just as scary as the first movie. The sequel hits theaters on May 28e.
Please keep in mind that all release dates are subject to change. Have a spooky May and stay tuned for Bloody Disgusting updates throughout the month!