Monstrous Night Swim and Terrifying Trunk: New Horror Releases to Haunt January 23 – January 28, 2024

LAS VEGAS, NV – As the final days of January approach, horror enthusiasts can look forward to a variety of thrilling new releases. From ghosts to giant monsters, this week’s lineup offers a diverse range of terrifying experiences.

Kicking off the list is “Night Swim,” the first theatrical release of the year for the horror genre. Produced by Blumhouse and James Wan, and distributed by Universal, the film is now available for rent or purchase. Directed by Bryce McGuire, “Night Swim” has already earned an impressive $36 million at the worldwide box office since its release on January 5, 2024.

Moving on to the next highlight, Toho’s “Godzilla Minus One” is making a return to U.S. theaters this week. The film, which received an Academy Awards nomination for Visual Effects, will be presented in a new black and white version, paying homage to the original 1954 “Godzilla” movie. Directed by Takashi Yamazaki, “Godzilla Minus One Minus Color” takes place in a post-World War II Japan facing the destructive force of Godzilla. The film will be in theaters for one week only, so fans will want to secure their tickets promptly.

Another exciting addition to the horror genre is “The Seeding,” the feature debut of director Barnaby Clay. This film follows the story of a hiker who becomes lost in the desert and seeks refuge with a seemingly solitary woman. However, he soon discovers that there is more to her situation than meets the eye. “The Seeding” will be released in theaters as well as available on Video on Demand.

Finishing off the lineup is “Trunk: Locked In,” a survival thriller arriving on Prime Video. This German film tells the story of Malina, who wakes up trapped in the trunk of a speeding car and must fight for her life using only her mobile phone as a lifeline.

With these new releases, horror enthusiasts will have plenty of spooky options to choose from. Whether it’s supernatural encounters, monstrous creatures, or gripping survival tales, these films promise to deliver chilling thrills to audiences everywhere.