Willy’s Wonderland, Come True and more horror on streaming this weekend, June 11-13

Willy's Wonderland starring Nicolas Cage
Willy's Wonderland starring Nicolas Cage /

After all the big horror releases from last weekend, this weekend is a little slower for new horror on streaming but there are still a few things to look out for! Nicholas Cage’s Willy’s Wonderland finally hits streaming this weekend and Netflix is also releasing a B-horror movie on Sunday.

Plus, you’ll want to see what Shudder has put out this week, now is the perfect time to catch up if you missed out on anything!

All the major horror on streaming coming this weekend, June 11-13

Showtime: Sacrifice on June 10

While not technically releasing on the weekend, a new cult horror film called Sacrifice released yesterday on Showtime. Horror icon Barbara Crampton stars in this movie that feels like a mixture of Midsommar meets Lovecraft. The film follows a man named Isaac and his pregnant wife as they travel to his birthplace on a secluded Norwegian island where they soon discover dark secrets and a sinister cult.

Hulu: Come True on June 11

Available today, you can watch the critically-acclaimed 2020 horror film Come True, about a teenage girl that participates in a sleep study only to realize she’s on a nightmarish descent into her mind.

Hulu: Willy’s Wonderland on June 13

This weekend’s biggest horror release is definitely Willy’s Wonderland, a new horror action comedy film starring Nicolas Cage as a loner who gets caught in a Five Nights at Freddy’s-esque family entertainment center haunted by eight murderous animatronic characters.

Netflix: The Devil Below on June 13

The Devil Below hits Netflix on Sunday. This horror thriller film follows a group of four adventurers who decide to visit a remote town in the Appalachian Mountains called Shookum Hills that was abandoned a long time ago after a mysterious coal mine fire. As you might expect, the place isn’t as abandoned as they might have thought.

Horror on streaming this weekend: What’s new on Shudder from June 11-13?

There aren’t any new additions coming to Shudder this weekend, but the horror streaming service has already stocked its already-impressive catalog with plenty of films to get your summer started off right.

This is a list of new movies added to the service between last weekend and this one:

  • Shudder Exclusive: The Amusement Park
  • Night of the Living Dead (1968)
  • Reunion
  • Beyond the Door III

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What horror on streaming are you watching this weekend? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!