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A Horrific Recap of June 26 - July 2, 2022

Updated: Nov 19, 2022

Summer is full effect and the horror is only getting started during these extra warm months of the year. All that is horror follows closely behind the heat, bringing the chills that horror fans know and love. As always Horror Junket is here to let you know of some of those scares that occurred with another Horrific Recap that touches on the last few days of June. Let's not waste another minute as we take a look at some of the terrifying news from last week beginning with...


 

June 26 - Sunday



Mind control has never looked as good as it did in Disturbing Behavior, the 1998 psychological sci-fi thriller, that had an amazing soundtrack as well.


Coming to own on 4K here in just a little bit, Disturbing Behavior will be released by MVD Rewind Collection and is currently available for pre-order on Amazon's website. The new 4K release will feature a high definition version of Disturbing Behavior in 1.85:1 aspect ratio, along with audio commentary, deleted scenes, an alternate ending and the original theatrical trailer.


Starring James Marsden, Katie Holmes, Nick Stahl and Katharine Isabelle, Disturbing Behavior was written by Scott Rosenberg and directed by David Nutter. Telling the story of town newcomer Steve, who quickly finds out that the town of Cradle Bay has a way of keeping its worst citizens in line and under control. Featuring the music of The Flys, Harvey Danger, Phunk Junkeez and Addict, Disturbing Behavior was The Stepford Wives for teens at the time.


Available for pre-order now and just a little under $30, the MVD Rewind Collection's 4K release of Disturbing Behavior will be yours to own later in the year on October 11.


 

June 27 - Monday



A new poster comes to us just before the release of the last two episodes in the current season of Stranger Things 4, the second volume of episode set to wrap up some loose ends later this week.


With a poster that makes me think Tyson vs. Holyfield, Eleven and Vecna stare each other down while things go completely bonkers in the background. The first volume of episodes premiered on Netflix back in May, and fans were able to binge watch the first seven episodes numerous times over while they wait for July to arrive.


This won't be the last season of the hit show from Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer, with the next season being the series' fifth and final season. Stranger Things will conclude its fourth season later this week on Friday, when the last two episodes release on July 1.





There is a rumor floating around that Neve Campbell might be back for the next Scream film, in what could be good news after horror headlines the last few weeks have been saying the opposite.


dontfuckwiththeoriginal took to Instagram today with the rumor, posting a picture of The Wild Things actress in a still from Scream 4. According to dontfuckwiththeoriginal, Neve Campbell will be back as Sidney Prescott after successful negotiation, but with who, it was not mentioned. The rumor also suggests that the recently negotiated deal will also include a much larger part in the seventh Scream film.


At this time the sixth entry in the Scream saga is currently filming in New York City, moving away from the California town of Woodsboro. Survivors from the fifth film will be making their returns, along with Hayden Panettiere and newly cast Dermot Mulroney.