A Quiet Place: Day One and 8 more horror movies and shows coming out this week, June 24

June winds down with the highly anticipated release of A Quiet Place: Day One, the Interview with the Vampire season 2 finale, and more.
Lupita Nyong’o as “Samira” and Djimon Hounsou as “Henri” in A Quiet Place: Day One from Paramount Pictures.
Lupita Nyong’o as “Samira” and Djimon Hounsou as “Henri” in A Quiet Place: Day One from Paramount Pictures. /

A couple more horror movies are coming out this week, squeezing in just before June ends and July begins.

The biggest release this week is the A Quiet Place prequel Day One starring Lupita Nyong'o, but a highly anticipated new arrival hits Shudder on Wednesday. A few other titles are coming to digital, like the recent releases The Watchers and Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey 2.

On the television side, a new episode of Evil airs this Thursday along with the season 2 finale of Interview with the Vampire on Sunday.

A Quiet Place: Day One (Theaters, June 28)

The latest installment in the popular and acclaimed A Quiet Place franchise hits theaters this week. As the name suggests, Day One is a prequel that follows Lupita Nyong'o's character, Sam, and several others as they try to survive an alien invasion.

They soon realize that these extraterrestrial beings hunt via sound. To stay alive, they must remain dead silent. Joseph Quinn and Alex Wolff also star and Djimon Hounsou reprises his role from A Quiet Place Part II.

The Devil's Bath (Shudder, June 28)

Austrian filmmakers Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala (Goodnight Mommy and The Lodge) collaborate once again on this upcoming psychological folk horror film set in 1750 Austria following a religious woman named Agnes who has just gotten married.

But soon, she begins to feel trapped in her new life, amid all its expectations, and the allure of committing an act of violence seems like the only possible way to escape. The Devil's Bath is based on actual historical court records about an unexplored chapter of European history.

The Vourdalak (Limited Theaters, June 28)

This French horror film based on Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy's novella of the same name is an 18th-century vampire story following Marquis d'Urfé, an emissary to the King of France after he is attacked in the countryside and takes refuge at an isolated manor in the middle of nowhere home to a creepy family awaiting the return of their father, Gorcha. When Gorcha finally returns, it quickly becomes apparent that something about him is significantly off.

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Stella Everett as Isabella appearing in Evil episode 6, season 4, streaming on Paramount+, 2023. Photo Credit: Elizabeth Fisher/Paramount+ /

Evil season 4 episode 6, 'How to Dance in Three Easy Steps' (Paramount+, June 27)

This week's Evil sees Kristen, David, and Ben investigating a dance troupe with cult-like practices and a potentially possessed leader. The photos released so far are giving Suspiria vibes and I'm very much here for it.

Ruth Negga as Barbara and her on-screen daughter Chase Infiniti as Jaiden
Presumed Innocent episode 4, Apple TV+ /

Presumed Innocent episode 4, 'Burden' (Apple TV+, June 26)

Last week's episode of Presumed Innocent provided us with two new potential suspects for Carolyn's murder: her own son, Michael, and Rusty's son, Kyle.

We learn that Michael was present the night of the murder and took photographs and video footage of Rusty, but he also happens to capture Kyle riding his bike nearby. Rusty sees Kyle in one of the pictures at the end of episode 3, and I'm sure that's going to send him and Barbara into a tailspin in episode 4.

Interview with the Vampire season 2 finale (AMC+, June 30)

A fantastic season comes to a close with the upcoming finale episode this Sunday, and you definitely don't want to miss it. I don't want to spoil those who haven't been keeping up or fell a few episodes behind, but the penultimate episode of the season was easily the most devastating of the show thus far. It'll be interesting to see how they top it for the finale, and fingers crossed for a season 3 renewal soon!

The Watchers (Digital, June 28)

Dakota Fanning finds herself lost and trapped in the woods among three strangers, held captive by mysterious unseen creatures in this thrilling PG-13 horror film from Ishana Night Shyamalan. If you missed The Watchers in theaters, you'll be able to watch it at home starting this Friday. You can purchase it for $24.99 or rent for $19.99.

Winnie-The-Pooh: Blood and Honey 2 (Digital on Amazon only, June 26)

The latest addition to the Twisted Childhood Universe releases exclusively on Amazon this week. It's unclear how much it will cost, but probably somewhere between $9.99 and $19.99 to rent.

In the sequel, Christopher Robin tries to cope with the horrorific massacre that happened in the Hundred Acre Woods, made more difficult when filmmakers intend to make a film adaptation of what happened, leading Christopher to become an outcast. Pooh and Piglet return to finish what they started, this time alongside new killer friends Tigger and Owl.

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire (Blu-ray/DVD, June 25)

The latest Ghostbusters film, Frozen Empire, comes to Blu-ray and DVD this week on June 25! The physical copy will include many fun extras, including an audio commentary track with director Gil Kenan, deleted and extended scenes, featurettes, and much more!

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