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Top Ten Horror Indie Films For Halloween / Fall Season 2020

Top Ten Horror Indie Films For Halloween / Fall Season 2020

Halloween season is upon us and that means watching lots of horror movies. We all have our favorites, but there’s always room for a new crop of horror films and 2020 doesn’t disappoint. Here is our TOP TEN LIST of horror films coming out this Fall season.

10. Fabula
A series of bloody and macabre murders are taking place in a small northern Italian town. Former detective Davide Marini (Denis Frison), whose dark past haunts him, arrives in the city and soon finds himself involved in the strange circumstances of this complex mystery. Davide begins his investigation by trying to determine the motive behind the serial killer responsible for these brutal murders which appear to be inspired by the world of fairy tales. His quest for answers soon turns into a nightmare when he discovers the dark truth behind the heinous crimes.Hnn Presents: Fabula (DVD) – Available October 13, 2020
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9. The Dead Ones
For four outcast teens, summer detention means being assigned to clean their high school after a horrific incident. But they are not alone; a macabre gang wearing guises of The Four Horsemen of The Apocalypse – Famine, Pestilence, War and Death – has locked them inside and is hunting them through the school’s ravaged hallways. As the four students battle to survive, each must confront the supernatural echoes of past traumas they have struggled to forget – and may be condemned to relive. – Available September 29, 2020
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8. The Unsung
In an old industrial town, a homeless man (Eric) roams the streets, looking for a place to rest when he comes across a young girl in danger. He runs to her aid and as a kind gesture she leads him to a homeless village where he is inspired by the friendships he makes there. Through newspapers and radio, Eric learns about a series of murders taking place in town. Inspired by the comic books he reads, Eric creates an alter ego and attempts to get involved with the search for the killer, running afoul of the lead investigator, Detective Jones. – Available October 13, 2020
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7. Welcome To The Circle
One of the most aggressively bizarre films in recent memory, Welcome to the Circle is a genuinely nightmarish, creepy, trippy, almost Lynchian Canadian “horror” film about a sinister mind control cult and the survivors who are trying to escape its clutches. A camping misadventure forces a young girl and her father into the realm of a demon-worshiping cult known as The Circle, a New Age-ish commune living in cabins in the woods and headed by an L. Ron Hubbard-like zealot. As the pair become trapped in The Circle’s increasingly frightening sphere of indoctrination, a case-hardened professional cult deprogrammer and his two clients attempt to kidnap/reclaim one of group’s members. Grizzly rituals are soon revealed to be part of a terrifying, surreal, alternate reality that has been constructed by the cult’s mysterious, isolated leader. Escape is the only objective, but all of them are trapped in The Circle. – Available October 27, 2020
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6. Profondo
Leo is a very reserved man now disillusioned with life. Arriving in a small seaside village populated by fishermen, Leo goes in search of the Red Devil, a legendary marine animal that has inspired local folklore for many years. – Available October 13, 2020
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5. Me and the Devil
A dark story of madness, pain and love: A young man loses his girlfriend in a park after getting distracted for a short moment; A lonely girl obsessed with crime news and killers starts a trip into the world of evil; A serial killer keeps killing women in the city; and a man of great faith realizes that a dark power lurks waiting for more victims. From Dario Almerighi, the writer and director of 42-66: The Origin of Evil. A HorrorNews. Net Presentation.Hnn Presents: Me And The Devil (DVD) – Available Now
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4. Human Hibachi
A movie that was made to be sold on the black market in Japan was intercepted by authorities. The film follows two couples as they celebrate a 35th birthday party at a Japanese owned restaurant. What was caught on film is some of the most grotesque, horrifying images imaginable. Available October 2020
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3. Blood Immortal
The vampire genre gets transcended and elevated in this intimate and equally thrilling saga with three stories
that unfold in interlocking episodes, “Love Immortal” explores the desperation and desires that unsettle the lives of its immortal vampire characters: a vicious land speculator Mr. Duncan (Richard Tyson) subdues an offer to a dying widow and mother that resorts to vicious coercion; only for centuries later Josephine now herself fending for her daughter’s survival after she drinks tainted blood in the aftermath of an economic collapse, and a lonely economics professor forms an unlikely bond with one of her students, who happens to secretly be a vampire. “Blood Immortal” captures the human condition and portraits of women in this tale about survival, economics, and love. – Available October 20, 2020
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2. My Dead Ones
Behind the looks of a shy film student, David hides an obscure past that is about to be revealed. Figures strange to his routine appear in his life, and awaken feelings that transform him into a serial killer. David shoots the killings and gets famous on the internet. As the killings happen, his disturbing secret is threatened and can come out. – Available October 10, 2020
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1. Sweet Taste of Souls
When four struggling band members stop at a lonely roadside cafe for a slice of pie they find themselves imprisoned in the deranged cafe owners bizarre art collection and must battle a sinister force with an appetite for souls. – Available November 1, 2020
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