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Hulu’s Fright Fest Available September 2021!

Hulu's Fright Fest

The Chill’s Come Early This September with Hulu's Fright Fest!

October is known as the month of all frights. But this year, the horror’s come early with Hulu’s Fright Fest. September will be the home to some of the greatest horror releases. Although many are re-released, they don’t age. This compilation does not represent every cinematic horror release to air on Hulu but are the ones that are recommended.

10. I Spit on Your Grave (2010)

Coming in at number 10 is I Spit on Your Grave (2010). This movie is terrifying on many levels. A woman alone finds herself in an impossible situation. And seclusion and isolation are always recipes for horrific experiences. And because of choosing a remote location, she helplessly falls prey to some very inhumane brutality. But the pain and anguish inflicted is nothing compared to what she has up her sleeve for her attackers upon her re-emergence. For a tale of horrendous brutality and ghastly revenge, you can catch it on Hulu on September 1st.

9. An American Haunting (2006)

The number 9 horror film to watch is An American Haunting (2006). An American Haunting will air on September 24. If you are looking for a movie whose premise has roots in a true story, then this haunt is for you. An American Haunting is a film with a dire warning, some decisions you don’t come back from. This film will appease the appetite for a tale of demon possession with a bad outcome.

8. Jacob’s Ladder (1990)

Number 8 is Jacob’s Ladder (1990). This cinematic release takes you on quite a trip. This film is about a vet who can’t quite seem to stay coherent. He remains in a mental flux. And Jacob finds it more and more difficult to separate reality from nightmare. So viewers follow his mission to uncover the truth. This movie is quite a thriller. And so, if you like your films a little bit bendy and full of questions and conundrums, then this is the horror flick for you.

7. Friday the 13th Part IV: Final Chapter (1984)

Number 7 is Friday the 13th Part IV: Final Chapter (1984). When it seemed that one of the biggest boogeymen in horror history had been put down for good, he comes back. And his reign of terror is classic. Jason. No teen is safe in his wake. Those who know something about the franchise already know that this is hardly the end. But it’s a nostalgic film taking fans back to earlier monster, hack, and slash films. This film will be available on September 1st.

6. Friday 13th: Part III (1982)

6th place is Friday 13th: Part III (1982). This film is the prequel to the final chapter. Not particularly anything new to offer in the line of plots. But this movie is again one of those classic horror films. If you’ve seen one and two, then three is a must-see. This sequel will also be available on September 1st.

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5. Anaconda (1997)

Anaconda (1997) falls right in the middle at number 5. The only thing scarier than killer sharks is giant snakes. An anaconda is quite a humongous snake. This film follows a group of explorers on a mission, but they pick up a passenger with other ideas. And the legendary creature he’s looking for is of the worst variety. This movie will leave you squeamish and wanting to stay far away from any jungle. If you desire to squirm in your seats, then stay tuned to Hulu for its release on September 1st.

4. The Ring (2002)

The Ring (2002) is the number 4 pick. This movie is an urban legend brought to life. This movie elevates the concept of chain letters to the next level. The Ring is a very dark and harrowing film touching on madness and birthed evil. It is coming on September 1st.

3. The Possession (2012)

The bronze goes to The Possession (2012). Possession films are one of the most famous plot lines in horror. Hulu has quite a few movies on possession coming to your living room in September. This one, although similar in the plot, the story line is a little more frightening. The Possession is the tale of a girl who develops an unearthly attachment. Upon finding a strange box at a yard sale a little, she purchases it. As horror enthusiasts know, antique boxes at yard sales or that end up on your front porch are bad omens. The girl grows atypically obsessed. And, before anyone is the wiser, the entity that possesses the box tightens its vice grip. The Possession will be available on September 1.

2. Fright Night (1985)

Rounding out the top 2 is Fright Night (1985). Fright night is not entirely terrifying but the film still provides a fright or two. Unfortunately, the story proves that sometimes the truth is more challenging to explain than fiction. And no matter how convincing you are, others will not believe you. At least, that is what the titular character discovers. Fright Night is a story of a boy, vampire, and washed-up vampire hunter. It sounds like a bad joke, but it’s a pretty good film. If retro horror and a few laughs are your things, then Fright Night is for you. Available on September 1st.

1. The Omen (1976)

First Place goes to The Omen (1976), a classic horror movie. In this film, a birth becomes a bad sign for all humanity. As cute as he may be, little Damien is the spawn of Satan in every sense of the word. Available September 1st.

If you are looking for fear to add to your fall, tune in to Hulu and catch some chills!

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Renae M. Richardson
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