Monday, October 9, 2023

"Screams in the Autumn Air: Your Fall Horror Must-See List

As the crisp autumn breeze sweeps through, a wave of pumpkin spice permeates the air, and leaves don their vibrant hues, one thing is certain – it's horror season! For all the horror enthusiasts out there, including myself, this is a time of sheer delight. In this article, I'll guide you through some of the most spine-tingling offerings this season has in store for us, along with where you can catch them. And, of course, I'd love to hear your movie and show recommendations in the comments!

Talk to Me: A Terrifying Twist from Unlikely Creators

One of this year's standout horror movies is "Talk to Me," brought to us by Indie Studio A24. What makes this film even more intriguing is its creative minds behind the scenes - none other than Daniel and Michael Phillipou, renowned YouTubers celebrated for their uproarious comedy sketches.

"Talk to Me" takes a familiar premise and gives it a unique twist. A group of adventurous youngsters decides to dabble in the dark arts by summoning spirits with an embalmed hand. At first, it's all fun and games until the supernatural world hits a little too close to home. For Mia, one spirit's eerie resemblance to her mother unleashes a cascade of terrifying events.

With an R rating, "Talk to Me" is not for the faint-hearted, so maybe keep it away from the little ones and let them enjoy the brothers' RackaRacka YouTube channel. The good news is, you can watch it anywhere, be it Video on Demand or DVD.

VHS 85: A Nostalgic Trip to 80's Horror

For those who appreciate the found footage subgenre, the VHS series is a must-watch. Introduced in 2010, this anthology series has had its ups and downs, with the quality fluctuating from sugar-sweet to utterly dreadful. However, it has found new life on Shudder, where recent installments have been nothing short of exceptional.

"VHS 85" promises to be a thrilling ride back to the 80s, potentially quenching our thirst for nostalgia horror while we impatiently await the return of "Stranger Things." The series explores moments in time, providing directors with creative challenges they've eagerly embraced.

Don't miss out on this one; you can only catch it on the Shudder app. If you're a true horror aficionado, Shudder is a subscription worth every scream.

American Horror Stories Season 3: A Spine-Chilling Halloween

The original American Horror Story series has had its ups and downs, but its spinoff series, "American Horror Stories," has been consistently impressive. What's particularly exciting is when the spinoff ties back to the original, creating a web of interconnected tales.

This Halloween season, "American Horror Stories" is set to send shivers down your spine once more. Season 3 is arriving with a bang, as on October 26, it kicks off with a chilling four-episode special. While details are scarce, one thing is for sure – it's going to be a terrifyingly good time. You can catch it on FX and Hulu.

Five Nights at Freddy’s: From Pixels to the Silver Screen

"Five Nights at Freddy's," a video game series that started in 2011, has become a cultural phenomenon, spawning countless reaction videos and fan devotion. Now, it's making its leap to the big screen, courtesy of Blumhouse. This film has been in development purgatory for what feels like an eternity, and it's finally seeing the light of day.

The question on everyone's mind is whether the eerie tale of animatronics and child murders will translate well to the cinema. Blumhouse certainly believes it will, and we're hoping for the birth of an exciting new horror franchise.

"Five Nights at Freddy's" will be haunting theaters and the Peacock app on October 27. If you ask me, this is a movie that demands a big-screen experience to truly immerse yourself in its bone-chilling world.


As the fall season ushers in the supernatural, horror aficionados have an abundance of spine-tingling entertainment options to choose from. Whether you're seeking the unnerving depths of "Talk to Me," the nostalgic thrills of "VHS 85," or the interconnected horrors of "American Horror Stories," this season has something for everyone. And don't forget the highly anticipated leap of "Five Nights at Freddy's" from pixels to the silver screen.

So, grab your popcorn and get ready for a scare-filled autumn. And if you're hungry for more horror, make sure to follow Amerime Media for all the latest updates and recommendations on the thrilling world of horror entertainment. Your next frightful adventure awaits – don't miss out!

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