If you love horror movies, you’re in the right year. Why? You have 18 long-awaited, darn good horror movies coming in this year. That’s why.
Who has been staying in the Amityville lately? A woman and
her three children, one of them comatose. So when the boy wakes up, defying the
assumptions of the doctors that he wouldn’t, it is a happy time in Amityville.
But, happiness in Amityville? Short-lived.
Stephen King’s classic novel It is being made into a movie, and although it may not be news to Stephen King fans, horror fans would be delirious to know that this already awesome story is being made into a movie by Andrés Muschietti. Yeah, the same guy who made Mama. That says a lot, no?
September 8, 2017.
They’re back in their masks to torment a new family. And this time, there will be more violence. More cruelty.
The ravishing Natalie Dormer plays alongside John Bradley in this movie where majority of the world’s population turns into bloodthirsty killers thanks to a global pandemic.
Brad Pitt is ready to fight the infested world again. Are you?
June 9, 2017
Dakota Johnson in a different character is good for a change. Look at her as an ambitious American ballet student, who gets sent to a very prestigious European dance academy and finds out that everything isn’t as it seems at the place. Something else is going on, and it is not right. This is a remake of a classic so we're just hoping it better be good.
The cast is so good, you can be certain that this movie is going to be a winner without even knowing the storyline. Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey star opposite each other in this movie where a gunslinger roams through an old-West wasteland, searching for the Dark Tower that can save his world.
February 17, 2017
The ‘Death House’ is a top-secret prison which holds the worst killers ever known in a secret, underground facility. When these prisoners get free, two FBI agents have to go through a lot of shit. A lot.
M. Night Shyamalan, the underestimated director as we all know him, is set to release his next, newest movie which shows a man grappled with MPD kidnap three teenage girls. James McAvoy is expected to deliver a superior performance. Let’s see how that works out.
In Meg, Jason Stathom is assigned to rescue a submarine crew trapped at the bottom of the Mariana Trench. Now that may seem easy for Stathom, but there’s a little problem. Meg. A 70-foot Carchardon Megalodon, standing in his way.
This movie has supposedly used the concept of puppets. There are no real people in the movie. Only puppets. The story goes like this: one man wakes up to find that there is an explosive device on his neck and the only way to save his own life is carrying out a series of heinous crimes.
The Chair is based on a graphic novel in which an innocent man is on death row. Seeing the brutal murders of other inmates at the hands of the warden, he realizes that survival will require him to be brutal. Very brutal.
With Lin Shaye there to execute the unthinkable, do I need to say more?
We don’t know much about this movie but the story revolves around a man trying to rescue his boss from an European Wellness centre. And I don’t know why but that makes me wonder how Eli Roth would have done it. It is probably like that?
March 24, 2017
One of those classics which links everything bad back to the Nazis, this movie shows a group of geologists stumble upon a forgotten Nazi experiment where they see Sharks frozen in the wastes of Antarctica. Now these sharks can fly. Well?
Adam Wingard’s new movie, I Saw the Devil, is inspired by a Korean horror movie where a rogue secret agent and a serial killer get trapped in a perpetual cat and mouse game.
We don’t know a thing about the plot of the newest instalment of Friday the 13th, but you do know who is coming back? Don’t you?