Peacock’s Holiday Horror Extravaganza: Blumhouse Scares Coming to Your Screen!

Blumhouse Scares Coming: Get ready, horror enthusiasts, because Peacock is gearing up to be your ultimate destination for some of the latest horror films from Blumhouse. The Exorcist: Believer and a range of other horror movies produced by Jason Blum’s company are set to make their way to the Universal-owned streaming platform just in time for Christmas. For fans of the genre like myself, it feels like a holiday miracle!

Starting December 1, subscribers to Peacock can dive into a lineup of recent Blumhouse hits, according to the official Peacock website. Alongside the highly anticipated Exorcist installment, Universal is bringing forth a diverse array of thrilling titles. Let’s explore the full list.

Directed by David Gordon Green, The Exorcist: Believer resurrects the demonic terror of the original possession series, starring Leslie Odom, Jr. as Victor, a grieving father investigating his daughter Angela’s mysterious disappearance.

In Black Phone, crafted by the horror duo Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill, Ethan Hawke portrays a chilling serial killer in an adaptation of Joe Hill’s short story.

Dangerous Breed: Crime.Cons.Cats chronicle filmmaker Frederick Kroetsch’s decade-long journey documenting wrestler Teddy Hart, unveiling shocking sexual misconduct allegations and the disappearance of ex-girlfriend Samantha Fiddler.

Don’t Let Go features Detective Jack Radcliff collaborating across time with his deceased niece Ashley to solve a crime before it occurs.

Adapted from the video game, Five Nights at Freddy’s reveals mysteries as a security guard faces evil animatronics during the night shift at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza.

In Halloween Kickback, three college friends overcome financial struggles with a Halloween party.

Set during the COVID pandemic, Sick explores quarantine mysteries at a family lake house.

The Hunt, featuring Betty Gilpin, involves twelve strangers hunted by elites in an unknown location, with a twist led by Crystal.

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The Invisible Man (2020), a remake, follows a scientist faking suicide to become invisible and terrorize his ex-girlfriend, who fights back after the police disbelief.

The Lazarus Effect focuses on University researchers Dr. Frank Walton and Dr. Zoe McConnell creating a serum code named “Lazarus,” initially designed for coma patients but discovered to revive the dead.

The Purge (series) seasons 1 & 2 is an American anthology action horror TV series based on the film franchise.

They/Them is a horror slasher where teenagers at an LGBTQ+ conversion camp face unsettling psychological methods while being hunted by a masked killer.

In Vengeance, The Office star B.J. Novak writes, directs, and stars in this comedy/mystery where a New York City writer investigates the mysterious murder of a girl after a casual encounter. His journey takes him to the South to uncover the truth behind her death.

You Should Have Left, based on the novel of the same name and starring Kevin Bacon, focuses on a successful couple’s holiday in the Welsh countryside and takes a sinister turn, revealing that all is not as it seems.

While The Exorcist: Believer may have received a lukewarm box-office reception in theaters, the rapidly shrinking theatrical exclusivity window allows viewers to form their own opinions as it heads to the 2023 TV schedule for streaming. This swift transition from theaters to streaming enables audiences to decide whether they remain intrigued by the planned Blumhouse Exorcist trilogy. However, if The Exorcist isn’t your cup of tea, there’s an abundance of other Blumhouse treats to choose from this holiday season.

And if Peacock’s upcoming horror movie lineup doesn’t grab your attention, fear not; there are still plenty of scares hitting theaters. Check out our 2023 movie release schedule to plan your next cinematic experience.

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