Ten Noteworthy Genre Movies You Can Stream at Home in December – Bloody Disgusting

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The final month of 2022 is already upon us, and December brings plenty of horror offerings beyond holiday fare- though expect some bloody fun there, too. Whether you’re in the mood to play catch-up on 2022 releases or looking for the deep cuts, this month has it all.
Here are ten noteworthy horror titles available for streaming in November 2022 on some of the most popular streaming services, along with when/where you can watch them.
Tobe Hooper’s Night Terrors – Screambox (December 1)

Robert Englund stars as the Marquis de Sade and his descendent in this strange, underseen feature by Tobe Hooper. Our own Patrick Bromley wrote about the film earlier this year. He wrote, “Hooper was a last-minute replacement for this offbeat horror movie, which attempts to bridge flashbacks of the Marquis de Sade (Robert Englund, again under heavy prosthetics) with the modern-day story of a young woman (Zoe Trilling) who gets involved with a weird sex cult (led by Englund in the second of his dual roles).” This pick is perfect for completists and fans of deeper cuts.
Troll – Netflix (December 1)
Troll. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2022
Cold Prey director Roar Uthaug helms a Norwegian Kaiju film for Netflix. Deep inside the mountain of Dovre, a legendary creature awakens after thousands of years. With its path of destruction heading straight for Norway’s capital, it’s up to a rag-tag group of unlikely heroes to save the day. Expect a traditional giant monster tale packed with affecting Scandinavian mythology.
American Carnage – Hulu (December 2)

Perfect for those playing catch-up on the year’s horror releases. “After a governor issues an executive order to arrest the children of undocumented immigrants, the newly detained youth are offered an opportunity to have their charges dropped by volunteering to provide care to the elderly. Once inside the eldercare facility, the volunteers discover the governor and the facility’s supervisor have cooked up a horrifyingly depraved conspiracy that endangers the young and the old in this twisted thriller-comedy.” Jenna Ortega stars, continuing her streak of genre roles in 2022.
History of the Occult – Screambox (December 6)

Filmed in black and white and set in the 1980s, “History of the Occult takes place during the last broadcast of the #1 news show on TV, ’60 Minutes Before Midnight.’ A band of journalists races against time to convince the lead guest, Adrian Marcato (German Baudino), to expose a conspiracy that connects their corrupt government to an actual coven.” History of the Occult was notably the highest-rated horror movie of 2021 on Letterboxd’s Year in Review roundup, as rated by Letterboxd users.
Christmas Bloody Christmas – Shudder (December 9)

Bliss and VFW director Joe Begos is back, this time with a bloody Christmas tale. It’s Christmas Eve, and fiery record store owner Tori Tooms (Riley Dandy) wants to get drunk and party until the robotic Santa Claus at a nearby toy store goes haywire and makes her night more than a little complicated. Santa Claus begins a rampant killing spree through the neon-drenched snowscape against a backdrop of drugs, sex, metal, and violence, forcing Tori into a blood-splattered battle for survival.
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio – Netflix (December 9)
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio – (Pictured) Pinocchio (voiced by Gregory Mann). Cr: Netflix © 2022
The patron saint of monsters and misfits teams with award-winning, stop-motion legend Mark Gustafson (Fantastic Mr. Fox) to helm a deeply enchanting journey full of heart, breathtaking craftsmanship, and poignant themes set against a backdrop of Fascism. Del Toro and Patrick McHale’s script recontextualizes the classic tale with the simple shift in setting it during Mussolini’s Fascist Italy, a move that adds dramatic and thematic heft. It gives chapters in Pinocchio’s story a more somber edge and turns his penchant for disobedience into a triumphant asset. The ominous emphasis on Fascism brings balance, grounding the whimsy when necessary and lending an almost magical realism quality to the affecting tale.
The Black Phone – Prime Video (December 13)

It’s 1978. Finney (Mason Thames) and younger sister Gwen (Madeleine McGraw) spend their home life walking on eggshells around their drunk dad (Jeremy Davies). But not long after one of Finney’s only friends goes missing, he crosses paths with the kidnapper (Ethan Hawke). Finney gets trapped in the kidnapper’s near-empty basement, save for a broken black phone, with no way out. Director Scott Derrickson and writer C. Robert Cargill’s adaptation of Joe Hill’s short story nestles a tender tale underneath the scares. Its biggest strength lies in its lead performances.
Nanny – Prime Video (December 16)
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Nikyatu Jusu‘s feature debut won the US Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and finally comes home to streaming. Blending folklore, horror, and drama, Nanny packs an emotional wallop. “Anna Diop (Us) stars as a Senegalese immigrant nanny working for a privileged couple in NYC. As she prepares for the arrival of the son she left behind in West Africa, a violent presence invades her reality, threatening the American Dream she is painstakingly piecing together.”
The Anchor – Screambox (December 20)

Look for Jeong Ji-yeon‘s psychological horror The Anchor exclusively on Screambox. “When anchorwoman Sera receives a tip that the tipster is about to get killed, she goes out to report it, only to find the tipster and her daughter’s bodies. With an exclusive report on this case, she solidifies her position at the station. However, she begins suffering from hallucinations and makes errors on live television, and her role as the main anchorwoman is threatened.”
Scare Package II: Rad Chad’s Revenge – Shudder (December 22)

This sequel anthology picks up after the first film’s events, with the survivors attending Rad Chad’s funeral. They find themselves fighting for survival when the service descends into a series of deadly games. The upcoming horror anthology sequel will feature returning Scare Package actors Jeremy King, Zoe Graham, and Byron Brown, with newcomers to the franchise including Kelli Maroney (Night of the Comet), Rich Sommer (Summer of 84), Graham Skipper (VFW), Maria Olsen (Starry Eyes), and Shakira Ja’nai Paye (House Party). Directors include Anthony Cousins (Scare Package), Alexandra Barreto, Rachele Wiggins, and Jed Shepherd (Host).

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Los Angeles-based Bloody Disgusting readers, clear your schedule this Wednesday for the World Premiere of Universal Pictures’ hotly anticipated sci-fi horror M3GAN!
Bloody Disgusting has a limited number of tickets to this special event screening that takes place this coming Wednesday, December 7th, in Los Angeles at 7:30 PM. 
Getting a pair of tickets is super easy: all you have to do is click here or fill out the below form. You’ll be contacted with both confirmation and the screening location.
This is a rare opportunity to see one of the hottest horror films a month early…
Next year’s horror movie season kicks off with the Blumhouse and James Wan-produced M3GAN, which will welcome the creepy killer doll to the family on January 6, 2023.
M3GAN is a marvel of artificial intelligence, a life-like doll programmed to be a child’s greatest companion and a parent’s greatest ally. Designed by brilliant toy-company roboticist Gemma (Get Out’s Allison Williams), M3GAN can listen and watch and learn as she becomes friend and teacher, playmate and protector, for the child she is bonded to.
When Gemma suddenly becomes the caretaker of her orphaned 8-year-old niece, Cady (Violet McGrawThe Haunting of Hill House), Gemma’s unsure and unprepared to be a parent. Under intense pressure at work, Gemma decides to pair her M3GAN prototype with Cady in an attempt to resolve both problems—a decision that will have unimaginable consequences.
Produced by Jason Blum and James Wan, M3GAN is directed by award-winning filmmaker Gerard Johnstone (Housebound), from a screenplay by Akela Cooper (Malignant, The Nun 2) based on a story by Akela Cooper and James Wan.
The film also stars Ronny Chieng (Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings), Brian Jordan Alvarez (Will & Grace), Jen Van Epps (Cowboy Bebop), Lori Dungey (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, extended edition) and Stephane Garneau-Monten (Straight Forward).
Universal Pictures and Blumhouse present an Atomic Monster production in association with Divide/Conquer. The film’s executive producers are Allison Williams, Mark Katchur, Ryan Turek, Michael Clear, Judson Scott, Adam Hendricks and Greg Gilreath.

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