SCREAMBOX has hot horror films guaranteed to give you the cold chills in June

Haunters: The Art of the Scare - SCREAMBOX June - Courtesy SCREAMBOX
Haunters: The Art of the Scare - SCREAMBOX June - Courtesy SCREAMBOX /

SCREAMBOX has released their June schedule, and it includes grim horror, amphibian found footage and a Halloween haunt documentary. If that intrigues you, read on to see what’s in store on SCREAMBOX this summer.

June 7:

Frogman – Set in my mother’s own hometown of Loveland, Ohio, Frogman is the story of Dallas, who captured footage of the legendary Frogman in the summer of 1999. Of course, nobody believed the footage was real. Now an adult, Dallas is an aspiring filmmaker who returns to his hometown in order to finally prove that what he caught on camera was very real.

June 14:

Coherence – In this 2013 cult favorite, a group of eight friends get together for a dinner party to celebrate the passing of Miller’s Comet. As the night goes on, strange and surreal events happen, and the friends lose track of reality.

The Ward – Amber Heard, Mamie Gummer, Danielle Panabaker, Jared Harris and Sydney Sweeney star in this John Carpenter film. Kristen (Heard) is sent to North Bend Psychiatric Hospital after setting fire to an abandoned farmhouse. As Kristen meets the other residents, she is also haunted by the ghost of former inmate Alice.

June 21:

We Need to Talk About Kevin – Tilda Swinton was nominated for multiple awards for her role in this pitch black film. Eva did not really want to be a mom, and struggles to connect with her son Kevin. He behaves differently towards her than he does with anyone else, and as he gets older, he begins to exhibit disturbing behavior. A few days before his 16th birthday, Kevin commits horrifying acts.

We Need to Talk About Kevin SCREAMBOX June

More June highlights:

96 Minutes – “ Four young people struggling to find their way in life are suddenly caught in a terrifying and deadly carjacking and abduction.” 96 Minutes stars Brittany Snow (X) and Christian Serratos (The Walking Dead).

The Love Witch – If you were to come across this film unexpectedly, you might think you were watching a 1960s technicolor horror movie, but it was actually released in 2016. Elaine (Samantha Robinson) is a beautiful witch who just wants to find true love. But each of her suitors ultimately disappoint her and must die.

Broadcast Signal Intrusion – James (Harry Shum, Jr.) is working at a Chicago tv station, archiving video tapes. One of the tapes consists of a broadcast signal intrusion that James decides to investigate, and he becomes embroiled in a conspiracy.

Haunters: The Art of the Scare – If you love Halloween haunted attractions (as I do), this is a fascinating must-see documentary. It focuses on a small handful of creators, including Russ McKamey, who was recently the subject of Hulu’s Monster Inside: America’s Most Extreme Haunted House.

Bedlam (series) – This British television series is set in a block of flats known as Bedlam Heights. Formerly, the area was the site of a mental asylum, so you can bet it’s probably haunted.

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