Horror films you can watch this Weekend Vol 4

Horror films you can watch this Weekend Vol 4

Horrorific content by Dusan on June 13th, 2020 | Wicked Weekend |

 This weekend Allhorror recommends several recent survival horrors that you can enjoy!

First on the list we set up Man vs. Wild, no not the one with Bear Grylls. Since the beginning of time there was always fear when people speak about dangerous wild creatures. And to be honest, for me it always comes down to these two: sharks or gators.

1. Crawl (2019)

For those of you who still haven’t seen it and loved Jaws I can tell you will be pleasantly surprised. This one gives you exactly what you want to see, killer alligators fighting people in a hurricane. It's not going after any Oscar's and it's not trying to appeal to a broad audience. If you want to see some bad ass alligators hunting people during a hurricane, this is the right movie for you. You can also read our review to help you decide.

2. Head Count (2018)

If you like psychological survival horror mixed in with curses and dangerous explorations you should definitely give this one a chance. During a weekend getaway to Joshua Tree, a group of teenagers find themselves under mental and physical assault from a supernatural entity that mimics their appearances as it completes an ancient ritual.

3. Escape Room (2019)

This is a survival games type of horror with creative kills. Not really Saw material… Think more like the 1997 masterpiece Cube. You can also read our review to get a clear picture if this is something you would like to have on your “to watch” list.


Office Uprising (2018) is a neat action packed comedy horror. The compound of an arms manufacturer turns into a zombie nightmare when its workers are given the wrong formula of energy drink “Zolt”. It was designed to keep the soldiers more focused and alert but the first batch had some minor side effects:

Have a great WICKED WEEKEND horrorfans!

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