The nights grow longer and a chill fills the air as fall approaches. This September, Redbox delivers a frightening selection of new horror films now available to stream for free. Maniacal laughter echoes against blood-curdling screams in this frightening lineup, where unspeakable terrors lurk in the shadows. So gather around the glow of your screen this fall and prepare for a cinematic experience that will leave you screaming.
Among the titles offered in September is the horror-comedy Tucker and Dale vs. Evil. It follows two well-meaning hillbillies who are mistaken for killers by a group of vacationing college kids. Bloody hijinks ensue in this clever spin on slasher movie tropes.
Also available is Nightbreed, where a troubled young man discovers a hidden world of sympathetic monsters, just as a vicious serial killer frames him for murder. And Beyond Re-Animator sees the return of the twisted scientist from the classic original, as he resumes his reanimation experiments behind bars with ghoulish results.
Below is a list of the horror titles creeping their way onto Redbox this September.
Nightbreed (Available: September 1st)
A troubled young man is drawn to a mythical place called Midian where a variety of friendly monsters are hiding from humanity. Meanwhile, a sadistic serial killer is looking for a patsy.
Cast: Craig Sheffer (Some Kind of Wonderful), David Cronenberg (Dead Ringers), Anne Bobby (Beautiful Girls)
House of Shadows (Available: September 1st)
A woman visits the mysterious house she has inherited, hoping to learn more about the deaths of her mother and late sister. Haunted by ghosts, she must uncover the truth behind the curse of the house, or become the next victim.
Cast: Elena Delia (The Alienist), Yvonne Mai (Vikings: Valhalla), Sam Newman (Code of Silence)
Beyond Re-Animator (Available: September 1st)
After 13 years in prison, the mad scientist from Re-Animator (1985) gets a new chance to experiment with the arrival of a young prison doctor, who secretly hopes to learn to reanimate dead people. Good intentions turn to horror.
Cast: Jeffrey Combs (The Frighteners), Jason Barry (Titanic), Elsa Pataky (Snakes on a Plane)
Midnight Meat Train (Available: September 1st)
A photographer’s obsessive pursuit of dark subject matter leads him into the path of a serial killer who stalks late-night commuters, ultimately butchering them in the most gruesome ways.
Cast: Vinnie Jones Bradley Cooper (Silver Linings Playbook) Leslie Bibb (Iron Man)
Cell (Available: September 1st)
When a mysterious cell phone signal causes apocalyptic chaos, an artist is determined to reunite with his young son in New England.
Cast: John Cusack (Say Anything), Samuel L. Jackson (Pulp Fiction), Isabelle Fuhrman (The Hunger Games)
And Soon the Darkness (Available: September 1st)
A couple of American girls on a bike trip in a remote part of Argentina split, and one goes missing, the other must find her before her worst fears are realized.
Cast: Amber Heard (Aquaman), Odette Annable (Cloverfield), Karl Urban (Star Trek)
Train to Busan (Available: September 1st)
While a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan.
Cast: Gong Yoo (Squid Game), Jung Yu-mi (Sleep), Ma Dong-seok (Eternals)
Hostile (Available: September 1st)
Juliette, a lone survivor of an apocalyptic era, fights to survive against hunger, thirst, a broken leg and strange, disturbing creatures that only come out at nighttime.
Cast: Brittany Ashworth (The Ledge), Grégory Fitoussi (World War Z), Javier Botet (It)
Survival of the Dead (Available: September 1st)
On an island off the coast of North America, local residents simultaneously fight a zombie epidemic while hoping for a cure to return their un-dead relatives back to their human state.
Cast: Alan Van Sprang (Immortals), Kenneth Welsh (Twin Peaks), Kathleen Munroe (FBI)
The Eyes of My Mother (Available: September 1st)
In a secluded farmhouse, a lonely surgeon’s daughter unfazed by death is consumed by her darkest impulses leading to unique encounters.
Cast: Kika Magalhães (Alone Today), Will Brill (The Wonderful Mrs. Maisel), Olivia Bond (A Kid Like Jake)
Carnival of Souls (Available: September 1st)
Mary Henry sole survivor of a fatal car accident, moves to a new job, but is haunted by visions of a fiendish man, and strangely drawn to the deserted carnival at the edge of town.
Cast: Candace Hilligoss (Naked City), Art Ellison (Paper Moon), Herk Harvey (Shake Hands with Danger)
Let The Right One In (Available: September 12th)
Oscar, an overlooked and bullied boy, finds love and revenge through Eli, a beautiful but peculiar girl who turns out to be a vampire.
Cast: Kåre Hedebrant (Cupid’s Ball), Lina Leandersson (Broken Hill Blues), Per Ragnar (Faust 2,0)
Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil (Available: September 12th)
Two hillbillies are suspected of being killers by a group of college kids camping near the duo’s West Virginian cabin. As the body count accidentally climbs so does the fear and confusion as the college kids try to seek revenge against the pair, who believe that the kids are on some sort of suicide pact. Preconceptions and misunderstandings abound as horror and hilarity occupy the screen side by side.
Cast: Tyler Labine (New Amsterdam) Alan Tudyk (Firefly), Katrina Bowden (The Bold and the Beautiful)
As the calendar turns and summer fades, evil stirs once more, hungry for fear. The Redbox streaming library unleashes twisted tales and demonic entities into the lengthening nights.
These new horrors thirst for screams, aiming to haunt your nights and swallow your soul. Abandon hope, all who dare to start streaming – nightmarish new arrivals have been summoned to test your courage. But know the halls of horror never cease their replenishing cycle. More macabre and madness lurk in the wings, waiting for those seeking a thrill in the darkness.
When the sun goes down, will you be among the brave streaming with the lights off? Or will fear force you to only watch when the sun is out? Every night the choice is yours, as fresh screams echo from your devices. Redbox welcomes those who dare to face the darkness.