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10 Recent Teen Horror Movies For You Who Loved “Rua do Fear”

The “Rua do Fear” trilogy became one of Netflix’s most beloved productions in 2021 and won over audiences around the world.

Set over three different decades, the films directed by Leigh Janiak largely lived up to RL Stine’s iconic teen romance saga by taking us to Shadyside, Ohio, focusing on a group of teens trying out to unravel the mysteries behind the waves of murder in the city – and what their relationship is to the mysterious witch Sarah Fier.

Leaving a taste of “I want more” after the franchise’s final chapter, available today, July 16, on the streaming platform, CinePOP has separated a brief list with 10 other horror productions. for recent teens to marathon this weekend.

Discover our choices below:

FRIENDSHIP BREAKDOWN (2014)

Where to watch: Netflix, Telecine

When an embarrassing video of Laura Barns (Heather Sossaman) hits the internet, the girl commits suicide in the schoolyard. A year later, a group of six friends (Courtney Halverson, Shelley Hennig, Renee Olstead, William Peltz, Moses Jacob Storm and Jacob Wysocki) are chatting via Skype and realize that there is an unknown seventh person in the video conference, who turns out to be their former classmate Laura demanding to know who posted the video that led to her death. They think it’s a joke but soon find out that there is something strange as the girl begins to reveal her friends’ secrets and threatens them with death.

TERROR BEHIND THE SCENES (2015)

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Where to watch: Netflix

Taking a few pages borrowed from classic ‘Scream’ and ‘Friday the 13th’ franchises, ‘Backstage Horror’ rekindled the idea of ​​cinematic metalanguage with exquisite fun. The plot centers on Max (Taissa Farmiga), a high school student, daughter of a B horror film actress. In a special screening of her mother’s blockbuster, an accident occurs in the movie theater and, without explanation, she and her friends find themselves in the plot. Pursued by a brutal assassin, they must find a way to defeat the villain and return to the real world.

THE BASIN (2017)

Where to watch: Netflix

The terrir ‘A Babá’ was an unexpected hit when it was released in 2017 – and even gave a sequel. The plot follows young Cole (Judah Lewis), who is madly in love with his attractive and popular nanny named Bee (Samara Weaving). Until the boy finds out that she is actually a devil worshiping assassin. Now, to prevent her from revealing her secret, Cole is in the crosshairs of the nanny and her murderous friends.

SUMMER 84 (2017)

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

As the holidays approach, Davey (Graham Verchere) and preteen neighborhood friends begin to suspect that the children are missing locally. One day, he has the impression of seeing a boy disappear inside the house of Mackey (Rich Sommer), a police officer known and esteemed by the locals. The four friends begin to gather evidence that they live near a serial killer, although the adults don’t believe these far-fetched theories. The more they investigate the life of the mysterious neighbor, the more they expose themselves to possible mortal danger.

DEATH CONGRATULATES YOU (2017)

Where to watch: Netflix

The vaunted slasher “Death Gives You Happy Birthday” went on to become one of Blumhouse’s biggest hits, blending horror and comedy into a competent production. With Jessica Rothe, the story revolves around Tree Gelbman, a young college student who mistreats people and doesn’t seem too keen to answer her father’s calls on his birthday. Later that day, however, she is brutally murdered by a masked man. It turns out that she survives – or rather, wakes up on the same fateful day, in a sort of macabre loop that always ends with the young girl’s death. Reliving that day gives Tree a chance to investigate the identity of his killer.

MA (2019)

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

Maggie (Diana Silvers) and her friends, all underage, try to sell alcohol in a grocery store when they meet Sue Ann (Octavia Spencer), an adult woman who uses her identity to help them. In addition to buying the drinks, she decides to give them her house to throw a party with the school staff. Events eventually become a routine for the group, until the young people begin to identify strange behavior on the part of the hostess, who becomes more and more controlling and obsessive.

BLOODY CHRISTMAS (2019)

Where to watch: Telecine

As Christmas approaches, a university campus is increasingly empty and many students are returning to their families. However, some girls in a brotherhood begin to be murdered, one by one, by a mysterious figure. But the killer had no idea the ability of these students to unite in search of revenge.

FREAKY – IN THE BODY OF AN ASSASSIN (2020)

Where to watch: YouTube (rental), Telecine

In “Freaky – In the Body of an Assassin”, when a mystical dagger forces Millie (Kathryn Newton) and a serial killer (Vince Vaughn) to change bodies, the young woman discovers that she is only 24 hours old. to recover his body earlier. let the switch become permanent and she’s stuck in the form of a middle aged maniac forever. The big deal is, now she looks like a towering psychopath who is the target of a manhunt across town, while the psychopath looks like her and plans to unleash his appetite for the carnage.

SPONTANEOUS (2020)

In ‘Spontaneous’, when high school kids start to literally explode in inexplicable ways, veterans Mara (Katherine Langford) and Dylan (Charlie Plummer) struggle to survive in a world where every moment could be the last. As an unexpected romance blossoms between them, Mara and Dylan discover that when tomorrow is no longer promised, they can finally start living today.

YOUNG WITCHES – NEW BROTHERHOOD (2020)

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

‘Young Witches’ cult classic remake / sequel follows an eclectic quartet of witch apprentices and teens who end up getting far more than they can handle as they try to figure out their newfound powers and connections .

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