The success has allowed the team to cast stars James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Jay Ryan, and Bill Hader as the adult versions of the Derry kids who overcame a killer clown in the first chapter, but not without suffering emotional trauma. The director tries to buy time by telling stories of his infidelity, though the extra continues to chop the wife's fingers until only one remains on her left hand. Where to watch it: Shudder 44. It remains a vital watch for horror fans, and a reminder of how Bava continued to push horror into new and interesting realms, the reverberations of which are still felt today. Yu, Hai'er, and their daughter enter the studio to get their photos taken. Insidious: The Last Key Release date: January 5 Cast: Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson Director: Adam Robitel The Taking of Deborah Logan Why it's great: Not every horror franchise can squeeze legitimate jolts from its audience on a fourth movie, but there's always been a low-key sense of quality to the Insidious series.
It's also got a colorful cast, with Jason Statham having some fun amid his tough-guy heroics, and a few wacky set pieces that are plain old fun. The film is confirmed for a limited March release, with a wide release to be determined. And the twisted house based on Sarah Winchester's real San Jose mansion is pretty darn impressive. Maybe the aversion some viewers have to both genres is a fear of losing control: of laughing so hard you snort or having to turn away in fright, of embarrassing yourself. It's also telling that Halloween couldn't reach the top spot among 2018's most anticipated horror movies. Satan's Slaves Release date: October 4 Cast: Bront Palarae, Tara Basro, Endy Arfian Director: Joko Anwar Ritual Why it's great: A remake of the 1982 Indonesian cult classic of the same name, this creep-fest deals with possession, resurrection, long-forgotten family secrets, and frequent doses of really effective jolts, scares, and gore. Tao fears of a curse coming from his puppets, which will exact their improper owners misery should they take hold of them.
Blood Fest Release date: August 31 Cast: Robbie Kay, Tate Donovan, Seychelle Gabriel Director: Owen Egerton Follow Why it's great: Sometimes these crazy movie coincidences just happen. But after the success of 10 Cloverfield Lane, the series is back for a third installment due out in February. The Appearance Release date: December 8 Cast: Jake Stormoen, Kristian Nairn, Adam Johnson Director: Kurt Knight We All Fall Down Why it's great: There's something irresistible about the idea of a horror story set in a medieval-ish setting -- provided the filmmakers have the talent to deliver a compelling story -- and that's certainly the case with this dark and gruesome tale of murder and inquisition inside a grim and uninviting monastery. Extremes' first film Dumplings was extended and turned into a full-length theatrical film of the same name that was released into British cinemas by in the spring of 2006. Suffice to say that these two might make for an amusing double feature. Also it has some kick-ass punk rock on the soundtrack. Either way, things get pretty nasty.
KoBiz - Korean Film Biz Zone. Yu's daughter creeps Cheung, but the two become friends and later play at a photo studio. Terrified Release date: October 11 Cast: Norberto Gonzalo, Maxi Ghione, Elvira Onetta Director: Demian Rugna Why it's great: Haunted houses are fairly common in horror cinema, but haunted neighborhoods? Ice Cube, Ice-T, Bill Paxton, and Bill Sadler. Yes, it may feel like an endurance test. Along the way he meets all sorts of colorful characters -- none of whom are all that trustworthy.
However, this causes deaths of many people in the troupe. The extra reveals that he kidnapped the couple because he is jealous that the director is able to be a rich and good man, while he is poor and abusive to his wife and son, the former of whom he murdered before the incident. She buys dumplings from Aunt Mei, a mysterious seller who claims to be much older than she appears. First time director Lee Cronin has received for his direction and execution of the film. While scrappy and simple, The Ranger earns points for being an affectionate homage to slasher classics that maintains a sense of humor without becoming goofy.
Box office figures and tallies based on data via , , and. It's a gruesome joke, and fortunately Cage and Blair are in on it. Summer of '84 Release date: August 10 Cast: Graham Verchere, Judah Lewis, Caleb Emery Director: François Simard, Anouk Whissell. Leanys Calvo, a restaurant cook in the borough, said she was working when she heard a rumbling noise outside and looked out to see what appeared to be a tornado touching down. Don't Leave Home Release date: September 14 Cast: Mark Lawrence, Anna Margaret Hollyman, Karrie Cox Director: Michael Tully Septien Why it's great: This is most assuredly a full-bore. Where to watch it: Shudder 32. Polanski himself stars as the unassuming new tenant who is made to feel unwelcome by his new Parisian neighbors as the memory of the previous tenant — who attempted suicide by throwing herself out the window — hovers over the film.
This is one of those low-key, character-based, slow-burner horror stories, but it leads to some very creepy places. The extra is only stopped when he slips on a ring the wife was wearing before he chopped off her ring finger, and on the blood pouring from the wife's fingers. That's when they start getting picked off, one by one. Cloverfield 3 is in the lead entering the new year, but Halloween could change that in the coming months if it delivers promising previews. The man had murdered his wife after an argument and cut her into pieces. Why does it feel like movies are always undervalued? Bullet Head is virtually the offspring of those two movies. The wife, a pianist, is gagged and trapped in a system of sharp wires at her piano.
Directed by Story by and Su Chao-Bin Screenplay by and Jo Jo Hui Yuet-chun Cinematography by Filming location: on , , Hong Kong A widowed cop, Chan Kwok-wai moves to a dying apartment with his son, Cheung. The only non-sequel on the list is A Quiet Place, which stars Emily Blunt and John Krasinski and concerns a family that needs to stay silent in order to fend off an unknown evil force. Release date: February 25 Cast: Sandra Escacena, Bruna Gonzalez, Claudia Placer Director: Paco Plaza Why it's great: The co-director of the tries his hand at a slightly more familiar sort of occult film. It unfolds in much the same style as the Amicus films, which typically followed a group of strangers who come together to face some evil soothsayer, and in a series of flash-forward or flashback sequences, learn how they will die, or how they died. Strange things befall on the couple: the husband experiences nightmares of his ghastly wife mutilating herself, while the wife feels as if others do not acknowledge her existence. Where to watch it: Netflix 40.