A Nightmare on Elm Street
After the cancellation of the sequel to the 2010 remake due to the overwhelmingly negative response, New Line Cinema has decided to start over.
Hopefully, with the help of David Johnson writing the script, they will do the story some justice as he did with The Conjuring 2 (2016) and Orphan (2009).
Kevin Bacon has shown an interest in wearing the glove! IMDb lists the movie as “in development.”
Laurie Strode played by the original Jamie Lee Curtis confronts Michael for the very last time. Rumour has it that the movie disregards all previous movies apart from 1 and 2.
Now the masked slasher is back nearly four decades later to finish business.
The Strangers 2
Using original writer Bryan Bertino to write the script this sequel is long overdue and with horror director Johannes Roberts in the chair, we should be in for a decent movie.
A Predator movie is always something to look forward to. Loads of info on the official website.
Fair to say the Nun from The Conjuring 2 (2016) was pretty damn scary, so it should come as no surprise that they have decided to do a spin-off with that crazy bitch being the center of attention.
Purge: The Island
A prequel to the first film with Ethan Hawk, the movie will focus on the event that led up to the first movie. Same writer new director.
Beyond the Green Inferno
Not much info on this one for now, but we know that the Eli Roth masterpiece The Green Inferno (2013), that had audience members fainting in the cinema, was left open-ended. This must be the aftermath of the events that happened in the jungle. I just hope it is as gory as the first.
Movie about a giant shark… no but like really big. A species of shark that scientist considered extinct. Full details can be found here.
The First Omen
A prequel to the 1976 hit classic The Omen showcasing events before Damian was born.
Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich
From the writer of Bone Tomahawk (2015) we are happily getting another installment of the Puppet Master franchise. Which is your favorite little killer?
Hotel Transylvania 3
Not really a horror movie, I know, but it has monsters and it’s really fun.
My three-year-old loved the first two movies voiced by Adam Sandler, and we can’t wait to see this one.
If you simply can’t wait to get watching a horror movie, how about launching Netflix to see the premiere of the adaptation of Stephen King’s “1922.”