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Thanks to the long Fourth of July holiday weekend ahead, it’s a light week for horror. But that doesn’t mean we’re not getting new releases to add to your watchlists.

Here’s all the new horror releasing July 1 – July 5, 2024!

For daily reminders about new horror releases, be sure to follow @HorrorCalendar.

Cold Blows the Wind

A drunk driving mistake turns into a harrowing nightmare for a couple when a stranger suddently appears in Cold Blows the Wind, available now on VOD.

In writer/director Eric Williford‘s horror film, “After hitting a jogger on the road, a couple chooses to bury the body. When a mysterious stranger appears, things spiral out of control as the body count rises.”

Cold Blows the Wind stars Victoria Vertuga, Jamie Bernadette, Danell Leyva, and Torrey Lawrence.

Dead Whisper

Out in select theaters from Vertical on Friday, July 5, is Dead Whisper. In it, a grief stricken father is offered a demonic trade: his soul for a chance to reconnect with a lost loved one.

The film “follows Elliot Campbell, a Cape Cod lawyer drawn to a mysterious island, where he faces the temptation of reuniting with his dead daughter at the peril of his soul.”

Dead Whisper is the feature debut by director Conor Soucy and stars Samuel Dunning, Rob Evan, Tana Sirois, Samantha Hill, Codey Gillum, Chris Goodwin, Dhane Ross, Hester Wilkinson, and Bruce Winant.

Mia Goth in Maxxxine

The final new horror release for the week comes courtesy of A24. Writer/Director Ti West‘s MaXXXine slashes into theaters this Friday, July 5.

Here’s the official plot synopsis from A24 this week: “In 1980s Hollywood, adult film star and aspiring actress Maxine Minx finally gets her big break. But as a mysterious killer stalks the starlets of Hollywood, a trail of blood threatens to reveal her sinister past.”

Last we saw Maxine in Ti West’s X (2022), she was the sole survivor of a massacre carried out by elderly couple Howard and Pearl in the Summer of ’79. Goth of course pulled double duty as the villain Pearl in that movie, who got her own origin story in Pearl (2022). Pearl and Maxine are different characters, but they share the common goal of wanting to be stars.

As Ti West explained a while back, “The way that X is a movie that is informed by and affected by independent exploitation auteur Americana and 1970s cinema, and Pearl is perhaps affected by the Golden Age of Hollywood and the glitz and glamor of cinema, MaXXXine will be more about within the industry itself and the boom of VHS.”

Mia Goth stars alongside Elizabeth Debicki, Moses Sumney, Michelle Monaghan, Bobby Cannavale, Halsey, Lily Collins, Giancarlo Esposito, Sophia Thatcher, and Kevin Bacon.

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