What’s Spooky in 2022?

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Tomorrow is November 1st, which officially marks the end of October, the year’s spookiest month of all. In some hours it’ll be time to pack up the haunted houses and spider web decorations until next year. It feels like a sad time for those who love all things scary and creepy, but luckily when October passes by it leaves some things behind and some things to look forward to.

So If you’re the type of person who’s still going to be chasing the horror high even after October is over, here’s a list of five horror movies and shows that came out or are about to release soon.

Interview with a Vampire (2022)

First episode premiere: Oct 2, 2022

Where to watch:  Amazon Prime, YouTube TV,  Sling TV,  FuboTV

“In the year 2022, the vampire Louis de Pointe du Lac lives in Dubai and seeks to tell the story of his life or afterlife to renowned journalist Daniel Molloy. Beginning in early 20th-century New Orleans, Louis’ story follows his relationship with the vampire Lestat du Lioncourt and their formed family, including teen fledgling Claudia. Together, the vampire family endures immortality in New Orleans and beyond. As the interview continues in Dubai, Molloy discovers the truths beneath Louis’ story.”

Why should you watch it:

Who doesn’t love vintage gay vampires and the found family trope?

Wendell & Wild

Premiered: Oct 28, 2022

Where to watch:  Netflix

“Two scheming demon brothers, Wendell and Wild, enlist the aid of 13-year-old Kat Elliot to summon them to the Land of the Living.”

Why should you watch it:

Tim Burton vibes, but the key characters are a Black girl and two Black demons.

Bones and All

Premiered: Nov 18, 2022

Where to watch:  Only in theaters

“Love blossoms between a young woman on the margins of society and a disenfranchised drifter as they embark on a 3,000-mile odyssey through the backroads of America. However, despite their best efforts, all roads lead back to their terrifying pasts and a final stand that will determine whether their love can survive their differences.”

Why should you watch it:

Bonnie and Clyde, but it’s Timothee Chalamet and Taylor Russel featuring cannibalism


Premiered: Sep 9, 2022

Where to watch: In theaters, HBO Max, Hulu

“A young woman discovers the rental home she booked is already occupied by a stranger. Against her better judgment, she decides to spend the night but soon discovers there’s a lot more to fear than just an unexpected house guest.” –

Why you should watch it:

Bill Skarsgård and his ability to make absolutely anything creepy


Premiered: Sep 16, 2022

Where to watch: Vudu, Apple TV,  YouTube

“Trapped on an isolated farm, Pearl must tend to her ailing father under the watch of her mother. Lusting for the glamorous life she’s seen in movies, Pearl’s temptations and repressions collide.” – Prime Video

Why should you watch it:

Psychotic women does insane psychotic things, but it’s kind of iconic because her outfit is amazing.


By Kendal Amos, Senior, Chi-Arts

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