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Welcome to the Blumhouse 2 has four spine-chilling horror films to make your Halloween even scarier

With another Halloween season fast approaching, here’s a selection of horror movies to binge watch that will surely make your blood run cold

Akshay Krishna
Sep 15, 2021
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October is quickly approaching and with Halloween around the corner, it could mean only one thing - horror movies. As fans across the world look to enjoy their time with an uncomfortable, dark and scary movie, here's a new season of Welcome to the Blumhouse that offers a collection of horror thrillers that will send chills down your spine.

The anthology film series by Amazon Prime Video will have four films. The streaming giant has released the poster and trailers for four movies, which will be part of the second instalment of Welcome to the Blumhouse. Here are some details about the four films.

Bingo Hell

Bingo Hell directed by Gigi Saul Guerrero follows a few senior citizens in a low-key town who enjoy their game of Bingo but are threatened by a sinister figure. As one by one the citizens die, things start to become real. Starring Adriana Barraza, L. Scott Caldwell, Richard Brake and Joshua Caleb Johnson, the movie looks colourful yet ominous at the same time, with some old folk turning up the heat. 

Black as Night

This horror-action drama tells a tale of a teenage girl who has her life turned upside down after a vampire bites her. As the night dwellers start engaging in the city, she takes help from her friends to get into the vampire mansion and destroy the vampire leader. Directed by Maritte Lee Go and starring Asjha Cooper, Black as Night looks more breezy with added elements of humour. 


Set in the 1970s, Madres revolves around a Mexican couple expecting their first child. While the husband is away at work, the homemaker gets nightmares, slowly unravelling the dark truth about the house they now live in. The trailer reveals a dark tale that aims to leave viewers screaming in fear. The film is directed by Ryan Zarazoga and stars Tenoch Huerta and Ariana Guerra.

The Manor

The Manor is a gothic horror movie that takes place inside an assisted home for the elderly. Judith is new at the estate. She starts getting nightmares and feels a malignant presence while others in the facility mysteriously start dying. Her cries of warner are dismissed by others. Her only choice now is to escape the facility, which seems impossible or to die. The Manor looks terrifying and horrifying. With the music, setting and lighting, the trailer hints at a movie that will make your blood run cold. 

This scary lineup of movies in the second season of the anthology Welcome to the Blumhouse. Bingo Hell and Black as Night will release on Prime Video on October 1 and Madres and The Manor will release on October 8. Get ready to be spooked!

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