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Welcome back! It’s our fifth consecutive ongoing “best of horror” annual here at Thrillist—check out our 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 entries here—and we’re excited you’re another run. Horror cinema is tracking to have a banner year in 2021, partly because so many promising genre films got pushed back for pandemic reasons, and also because let’s face it: When we’re living in scary times, filmmakers make scary films. And sometimes they’re really good films. So let’s dig in already.
(As always, please remember that the “rankings” are mainly for fun. The top films may have something extra special about them and are truly must-sees if you have limited time, but I firmly recommend every movie on this list. Thanks.)
5. Prisoners of the Ghostland
Release date: TBD
Cast: Nicolas Cage, Sofia Boutella, Nick Cassavetes
Writers: Aaron Hendry & Reza Sixo Safai
Director: Sion Sono (Cold Fish)
Why it’s good: Nicolas Cage leads an eclectic international ensemble in an equally bizarre casserole of sci-fi, western, horror, and dark comedy. Here, Cage is tasked with venturing into a violent netherworld in an effort to rescue an insane kingpin’s granddaughter. This movie, which screened at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival, might be 10% too “gonzo” for most mainstream viewers, but those who appreciate Cage’s current brand of genre insanity will find much to like here.
Where to watch it: TBD
Lowell Returns with New EP for ‘Bloodthirsty’ Horror Flick
Lowell is back with a new release, but it marks a bit of a change for the Toronto artist. She this time is giving us songs made for a new horror flick.
Today Lowell announced she’s releasing her music for the upcoming film Bloodthirsty. Her release will be a four-track EP, due out via Art & Crafts on April 23 — the same day as the film.
Right now, you can hear Lowell’s “Bloodthirsty” from the EP below.
According to a press release, the film Bloodthirsty “follows a young indie singer who finds herself turning into a werewolf under the pressure of recording her anticipated second album. In addition to being written by the mother-daughter duo of producer Wendy Hill-Tout and singer-songwriter Lowell, the all-women creative team includes director Amelia Moses, lead actor Lauren Beatty and composer Michelle Osis.”
4. The Queen of Black Magic
Release date: January 29
Cast: Ario Bayu, Hannah Al Rashid, Adhisty Zara
Writer: Joko Anwar (Impetigore)
Director: Kimo Stamboel (Macabre)
Why it’s good: A group of old friends gather at the creepy old orphanage in which they were raised, and all hell pretty much breaks loose from the jump. It’s a remake of a 1981 film, and one of the coolest, craziest Indonesian horror films of the past several years. If you enjoy this one, you should also check out Satan’s Slaves, May the Devil Take You, and May the Devil Take You Too.
Where to watch it: Shudder
A new werewolf movie is on the way with Brainstorm Media’s upcoming female-driven and directed Bloodthirsty, and the official trailer has just been unleashed this afternoon.
Directed by Amelia Moses (Bleed With Me), conceived and written by mother-daughter duo Wendy Hill-Tout and singer-songwriter Lowell, and featuring the original music of Lowell, Bloodthirsty stars Lauren Beatty (Bleed With Me) and Greg Bryk (The Handmaid’s Tale) with Katharine King So in her feature film debut and veteran actor Michael Ironside.
“Grey, an indie singer, whose first album was a smash hit, gets an invitation to work with notorious music producer Vaughn Daniels at his remote studio in the woods. Together with her girlfriend/lover Charlie, they arrive at his mansion, and the work begins. But Grey is having visions that she is a wolf, and as her work with the emotionally demanding Vaughn deepens, the vegan singer begins to hunger for meat and the hunt. As Grey starts to transform into a werewolf, she begins to find out who she really is, and begins to discover the family she never knew. What will it take to become a great artist and at what cost to her humanity?”