Halloween: the best-of nightmares available at the cinema, on Netflix and Disney +

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What are we watching in 2022 for Halloween? Dark rooms, Disney+ and Netflix have concocted beautiful barbarities for you.

In 2022, Halloween will look like a feast for fans horrorand nightmares of all kinds. Series, anthologies or feature films, the supernatural has spread both on the big screen and in the heart of the catalog of platforms. Dark rooms, Disney + or Netflix, there will be something for everyone.

That's why we return with gusto to the creepy anthology The Cabinet of Curiosities orchestrated by Guillermo Del Toro and available on Netflix. We find there a formidable bestiary, ranging from the British Gothic tradition, through the extra-terrestrial paranoia of the 50s, without forgetting some Lovecraftian vertigo. With the presence of eight directors among the most accomplished or promising of the genre, the collection enjoys a great variety.

Still on Netflix, note the presence of the intriguing Wendell and Wild, a superb animated film that brings together the narrative ambitions of Jordan Peele, and the creativity of the director of The Nightmare Before Christmas. Disney+ won't bother, with the release of the huge claustrophobic Barbarian slap. Or how to reimagine a whole series of American traumas during a cruel and labyrinthine hunt.

As for those who wait until November 2, they can rush to the cinema to discover the latest creation of the too little-known Ti West, the fabulous X,which shook our good Mathieu.

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