Crackle has assembled a lineup of frights this June sure to haunt your dreams. For supernatural scares, look no further than The House by the Cemetery. In this chilling classic, strange deaths plague guests of a New England home, unaware of the grim secret festering in the basement below.
Prefer your horror scaly and on the rampage? Frankenfish has genetically-enhanced creatures terrorizing a town, while Croc depicts a massive man-eater stalking prey in a beach resort, putting both tourists and businesses in danger of becoming its next meal. When competition is cutthroat, someone’s bound to lose an appendage!
If possessed machines are more your frightful fare, Willy’s Wonderland traps a drifter into battling demonic animatronics unleashed within an abandoned family entertainment center. Gone are the days of joy and delight, as this house of horrors brings only thrills of the chilling kind.
Below waits a collection of terrors unleashed on Crackle this June beyond your darkest imaginings.
The House by the Cemetery (Available: June 1st)
A New England home is terrorized by a series of murders, unbeknownst to the guests that a gruesome secret is hiding in the basement.
Cast: Catriona MacColl (A Good Year), Paolo Malco (The New York Ripper)
Lake Placid 2 (Available: June 1st)
Man-eating crocodiles return to the lake, as two males and one aggressive female crocodile protecting their nest, wreak havoc on the locals.
Cast: John Schneider (Dukes of Hazzard), Sarah Lafleur (Shall We Dance), Sam McMurray (Raising Arizona)
Frankenfish (Available: June 1st)
There is always something bloodthirsty lurking in the Louisiana Bayou. But there has never, ever, been anything like this. A pack of massive, genetically engineered flesh-eating fish is combing the quiet waters of the river, searching for prey.
Cast: K.D. Aubert (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Tory Kittles (Colony), China Chow (The Big Hit)
Vipers (Available: June 1st)
A break in at a medical research laboratory at a classified seaside location has freed a mass of genetically enhanced vipers. They don’t just bite. They eat.
Cast: Tara Reid (The Big Lebowski), Jonathan Scarfe (Hell on Wheels), Corbin Bersen (L.A. Law)
Girl (Available: June 1st)
A young woman returns to her small hometown intent on killing her abusive father only to discover someone murdered him the day before. As the girl searches for answers, she uncovers a family legacy more dangerous than she’d imagined.
Cast: Bella Thorne (Shake It Up), Elizabeth Saunders (From), Mickey Rourke (Sin City)
Slip Stream (Available: June 1st)
In the near future, where Earth has been devastated by man’s pollution and giant winds rule the planet, bounty hunter Matt kidnaps a murderer out of the hands of two police officers, planning to get the bounty himself.
Cast: Mark Hamill (Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope), Bill Paxton (Aliens), Bob Peck (Jurassic Park)
Croc (Available: June 1st)
A beach resort town in Thailand loses good chunks of its tourist trade when a killer croc is cut loose and left to roam the swamps—and backyards—of the locals. The feeding frenzy also raises the stakes in the competition between two competing croc farmers who are liable to lose an arm and a leg if business drops off.
Cast: Michael Madsen (Resevoir Dogs), Peter Tuinstra (The Impossible), Elizabeth Healey (Dr. Strange)
The Chosen (Available: June 8th)
Robert’s in charge of constructing a nuclear power plant in the Middle East. Will it be instrumental in the prophecies of the antichrist’s apocalypse?
Cast: Kirk Douglas (Spartacus), Simon Ward (The Tudors), Agostina Belli (Scent of a Woman)
Forbidden World (Available: June 8th)
In the distant future, a federation marshal arrives at a research lab on a remote planet where a genetic experiment has gotten loose and begins feeding on the dwindling scientific group.
Cast: Jesse Vint (Chinatown), June Chadwick (V)
Q: The Winged Serpent (Available: June 8th)
NYPD detectives Shepard and Powell are working on a bizarre case of a ritualistic Aztec murder. Meanwhile, something big is attacking the people of New York and only greedy small-time crook Jimmy Quinn knows where its lair is.
Cast: David Carradine (Kill Bill – Volume 2), Michael Moriarty (Courage Under Fire), Candy Clark (American Graffiti)
Willy’s Wonderland (Crackle Exclusive Feature Film) (Available: June 13th)
A quiet drifter is tricked into a janitorial job at the now condemned Willy’s Wonderland. The mundane tasks suddenly become an all-out fight for survival against wave after wave of demonic animatronics. Fists fly, kicks land, titans clash — and only one side will make it out alive.
Cast: Nicolas Cage (Con Air), Emily Tosta (Party of Five), Beth Grant (No Country For Old Men)
Cryptid (Available: June 15th)
A small rural town in Maine is shocked as a mysterious animal leaves a local resident brutally ripped apart. Deemed to be a random bear attack by town officials, freelance journalist Max Frome suspects it might be something more.
Cast: Nicholas Baroudi (Person of Interest), Ellen Adair (Homeland), Chopper Burnet (Snowfall)
Desert Shadows (Crackle Exclusive Feature Film) (Available: June 15th)
Two brothers embark on a hunting trip to help bring them closer together but become prey to a deadly creature that has roamed the desert for centuries. Eric, an addict, goes missing, while his brother Donnie becomes hellbent on finding him.
Cast: Mitch Pileggi (The X-Files), Julie Anne Prescott (The Amityville Harvest), Bill Farmer (Space Jam)
Whatever haunts your nightmares, Crackle has curated a collection of creepy cuts sure to terrify. Forgo the beach this season and retreat to the shadows instead for scares aplenty. The only warmth to be found this June is under the blanket, peeking between eyes clasped shut at the terrors unfolding onscreen.
With unsettling tales of terror at every turn, Crackle satisfies scare seekers of all persuasions. From supernatural scares to rampaging reptiles or genetically-enhanced creatures, there are frights both chilling and thrilling in store.
Enter if you dare…the foul delights of summer are here! With a binge of all things grim and grisly, happy hauntings wait to make this a June like no other. The only screams to be found are onscreen, with Crackle’s lineup of horror hits too unsettling to miss.
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