Between The spell 2 other Amityville II: The Possession Recent additions to the stream, as well as streaming updates on the upcoming Chucky TV series, now seems like the perfect time to explore more of the best streaming horror sequels. Instead of the usual suspects that include more popular fees like The exorcist III or entries from well-known franchises, this week’s picks point to entries that don’t come up in gender conversations as often as they should.
These horror sequels thrillingly expand mythology, take bold new directions, or completely change tune to bring the fun. This is where you can stream them this week.
28 weeks later – Hulu
Six months after the rabies virus depleted Britain’s population, the US military helps secure a small area of London for survivors to return and resume a post-apocalyptic life. However, after one carrier of the highly infectious pathogen is brought in for testing, the virus takes hold in the quarantined city and threatens to destroy them all. 28 weeks later delivers nonstop action thrills while relying on the virus a bit. Robert Carlyle becomes a baffling antagonist as a father whose guilt marks the impetus for this viral nightmare.
Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed – Roku, Tubi
Released Without fear, take a very different approach than expected, and look for a unique continuation rather than a rehash. Picking up where the previous movie left off, Brigitte (Emily Perkins) is trying to defend herself against her lycanthropy by injecting aconite extract into her veins, increasing the dose as it becomes harder to protect herself from her inner werewolf. He takes her to a rehab center, locking her up with another werewolf chasing her. What Ginger cookies made for puberty, Ginger Snaps 2 does out of addiction. That means it is much darker in both tone and subject.
hell – Kanopy, shudder, tubi, voodoo
The themed sequel to Suspiria and the second entry in the Three Mothers trilogy sees its protagonist confront the youngest and most cruel of the Three Mothers. It’s an impressive continuation, but between the more subdued score and understated (though no less beautiful) colors, it’s not as highly regarded as its predecessor. It probably doesn’t help that the confrontation with Mater Tenebrarum isn’t as intense as her sisters’. Still, the atmosphere more than makes up for it, including one of the most exquisite underwater sequences. hell It also has fantastic sets, a magnificent production design, and Mario Bava’s footprint is everywhere.
Psychosis II – Peacock
Written by Tom Holland (Night of scares, Child’s play), the sequel takes place 22 years after the events of the first film, where Norman Bates is released from the mental institution and resumes his residence in the old house behind the motel. He gets a job at a nearby restaurant, where he meets his co-worker Emma Spool and the young diner Mary Samuels (Meg Tilly), a pretty girl who needs a place to stay. As Norman’s budding friendship with Mary grows, the corpses are also counted. This rarely seen sequel plays up to viewer expectations based on what we already know about Norman. Find a new and innovative way to explore that unhealthy bond between mother and child. Unexpected revelations and deeper, more understanding layers for Norman make this one of the best horror sequels of all time.
[REC] 3: Genesis – AMC +
[REC] other [REC] two They remain at the forefront of the best found footage deals, but the third entry doesn’t get as much love. genesis overlaps with the first two films, set in a large church for the wedding of Clara (Leticia Dolera) and Koldo (Diego Martín). Among the hundreds who attended was an uncle who happened to be the vet for Jennifer’s infected pet dog mentioned in [REC]. It turns out that infected dog bites take a while to transform a human into a raging monster, and Clara and Koldo can at least get through their ceremony and reception before all hell breaks loose. The most obvious change in genesis It ranges from found footage to traditional film, intelligently answering the most common question about found footage of why its protagonists refuse to lower their cameras during dangerous situations. The tonal shift from abject horror to humorous polarizes, but it’s an exciting entry nonetheless.