Find yourself the right horror partner and perhaps nothing. The tangible, believable chemistry shared between talented actors Draper and Tacker who play father and son help the audience establish a strong bond with the characters that makes their situation seem all the more perilous when the two are put in danger. Still, we wish some of the excluded movies individual members of the team were stanning for made the list, though. In 2019, Child's Play will receive the reboot treatment. That's kind of a new twist. This is going to be a treat. Taking some thematic notes from Suspiria, Nicolas Winding Refn's psychological thriller stars Elle Fanning as an aspiring model who moves to Los Angeles to pursue her dreams—which quickly become nightmares when the cutthroat world of fashion reveals a sinister albeit sexy underbelly of corruption of destruction.
Spencer will play a woman who acts as a den mother to a group of teenagers, only to reveal some potentially troubling ulterior motives. Jessica Chastain plays the grown-up Beverly, James McAvoy is Bill, James Ransone is Eddie, and Bill Hader is Richie. A film I truly thought was one of the best movies from 2012. Oscar winner Octavia Spencer is not the first person you'd expect to star in a horror movie, yet that's precisely what she's doing. Box office figures and tallies based on data via , , and.
This eerie Argentine import owes more than a little to the atmosphere and the jump scares of the best Japanese horror films, but it also moves well and keeps the jolts coming. This time, humans abduct the alien. The Triple Frontier of the title refers to the tri-border area between Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil, a land considered by many to be rampant with corruption and even a source of international terrorist funds. However, it seems that something nasty is lurking within the paintings and buyers start to end up rather dead as the artwork comes to life. Produced by Sam Raimi, the film will star The Maze Runner's Kaya Scodelario as a young woman trying to save her father during a category 5 hurricane, only to find herself trapped in a flooding house filled with alligators.
This one's as funny as it is scary, which might ease the tension a bit for those who aren't huge horror fans. Kill List I will say this right now. And hey, monsters need love, too! I am heaping that amount of praise on it. It was a modest hit, although many of the reviews were outright pans. Again, they all sound promising, so hopefully we won't have to wait long to get a look. Despite having not reached the heights of those movies or his fantastic remake of The Hills Have Eyes with his most recent efforts, you can at least rely on him to deliver something solid and entertaining.
It's therefore no shock that a sequel is on the way. Several up-and-coming young actors signed on for roles, including Michael Garza from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay and Moonrise Kingdom's Gabriel Rush. Guillermo Del Toro knows good horror, which is why he produced this 2007 Spanish film from director J. The movie, which details the story of a married couple accidentally stumbling into some kinky and dangerous situations, is considered by some to be one of the auteur's masterpiece movies. The grim Pet Sematary is one of the horror maestro's seminal texts and given that the 1989 movie is still ingrained in the minds of a certain generation - oooh, that bit with the Achilles tendon - this new version has big scary shoes to fill. In this case, being manipulated into more than just seeing. Pennywise the clown is set to terrify a stellar cast this time.
Although not a big hit, the power of the movie shook those who saw it, turning it into an eventual cult favorite. They have transformed an otherwise innocuous Kansas field into a stage for some of the most disturbing horror fiction I have ever read. If it contains as many surprises as Get Out did, the less we know beforehand, the better. Here, we've rounded up the most enticing and, in a way, off-putting horror movies on the cards for the year ahead. Linda Cardellini stars in the movie, which is about a social worker whose family becomes ensnared in the supernatural after an encounter with a troubled mother. Us Another Lupita Nyong'o appearance, this highly-anticipated film is Jordan Peele's second horror attempt after Get Out. Jay Krieger, who loved the film, : To approach Mandy as you would any other Nicholas Cage movie would miss the intention of it entirely.
Ice Cube, Ice-T, Bill Paxton, and Bill Sadler. What does he do next? In a picturesque Rhode Island town, three bored women played by Cher, Susan Sarandon, and Michelle Pfieffer discover they have some impressive powers once they accidentally conjure up a seductive—and devious—suitor played by Jack Nicholson. A lot about the movie is being kept under wraps, but we do know the story is about a young woman Florence Pugh going on a trip with her boyfriend, only to encounter something frightening in a small Swedish town. Her life is turned upside-down when she discovers an amphibious creature, kept hostage by a sadistic colonel Michael Shannon. Beyond that, plot details are being kept tightly under lock and key.
It's also shot really well and boasts a solid sense of humor. Watch it on: This Finnish thriller features some researchers who stumble upon Santa Claus' lair, and. Hit up the comments and let us know. The meek mannered haha hardly owner tells her parents that there is no need to press charges. First off, Stephen King is probably quietly preparing for his Twitter mentions to melt as Pet Sematary, , and In the Tall Grass are all released this year.
Based on code that is Copyright 2013-2015, Facebook, Inc. A Field in England from this year was also brilliant, but in an entirely different way. In Mom and Dad, a mysterious ailment makes caregivers want to kill their own children. A way of regurgitating everything anyone has asked of him by doubling down into an abyss of his own creation. Don't Leave Home Release date: September 14 Cast: Mark Lawrence, Anna Margaret Hollyman, Karrie Cox Director: Michael Tully Septien Why it's great:Â This is most assuredly a full-bore. But based on his work on Eyes and his upcoming Piercing, Pesce could be the first American director to truly bring a unique visual aesthetic to a subgenre that has left us with static expectations in 2019.