Here's a list of upcoming horror movies for you that you may be interested in going to see. Depending on your country some of these may have already hit the cinema so a thousand apologies for that but I'm sure you'll get over it.
Like the song says "New England and witchcraft go together like a horse and carriage", or something like that.
Starring Kate Dickie and Ralph Ineson who both had roles In 'Game Of Thrones' ( Now if the heads of your family are Lysa Arryn and Dagmer Clefjaw, witches or not, you're gonna have trouble ) this movie focuses on a puritan 1630s family struggling to survive against the New England Wilderness and an unknown evil.
From watching the trailer it looks like the director ( Robert Eggers ) has done a good job of putting together an authentic 17th century setting. Also the goat is genuinly unnerving.
10 Cloverfield Lane
These days we know about most movies before the writer has put pen to paper so it was a bit of surprise when '10 Cloverfield Lane' was announced pretty much out of the fucking blue! Sorry about that, I had a bit of a Resevoir Dogs flashback then.
Although not a direct sequel to Cloverfield, J.J. Abrams called it a "Blood relative" to Cloverfield. Also, John Goodman!
Starring another 'Thrones' cast member Natalie Dormer, The Forest which is set in a forest ( duh ) is the story of a women who goes in search of her missing twin sister. She's told to "stay on the path", but does she listen? I think we both know the answer to that.
The Conjuring2: The Enfield Poltergeist
Naturally the sequel to The Conjuring ( hence the clever name ) , The Conjuring 2 sees Lorraine ( Vera Farmiga ) and Ed ( Patrick Wilson ) Warren travel to North London to help a single mother raising four children alone in a house plagued by spirits.
There have been a few takes on the supposed true story of the Enfield poltergeist including the BBC mockumentary 'Ghostwatch' and the Sky drama 'The Enfield Haunting', so I look forward to see what this brings to the table.
For some reason I've haven't got round to watching any Rob Zombie movies apart from his remake of Halloween ( that I wasn't a fan of ) but despite this he has gone ahead and made another movie without my blessing.
This is about five carnival workers who are kidnapped and held hostage in a compound that is not exactly 5 star accomodation. They are forced to particapate in a violent game in which they have to survive against a troup of evil clowns. Always with the clowns!
I enjoyed the original Eli Roth movie and I'm slightly perplexed as to why they are making a new movie of the same name and using the same script, but I guess this is the age of the reboot.
As you would expect it's the same set up as the original so a group of friends + a cabin = Lots of blood and terror.
Nick's girlfriend dies in a car crash and his attempt at suicide is unsuccessful. He later falls in love with a co-worker, Holly. Things then get ever so slightly awkward when Nina comes back to torment them whenever they have sex.
Amityville: The Awakening
For the most part I've enjoyed the Amityville movies. The original and it's sequels and the remake although not as good wasn't the worst movie ever ( great praise there! ) and now we have another Amitymovie to add to the list.
A single mother and her three children move into the fabled house not knowing about it's history. I myself would have done a bit of research as even if you didn't know about it's past the house is really creepy looking.
Ever wanted to know what your favourite chainsaw wielding maniac got up to during adolescence? If yes then great news! If not then tough, you're gonna!
Before I Wake
I'm a bit unsure about this one. The trailer had its moments but was mostly a bit meh. I'm a fan of Thomas Jane though so may give it a go.
A couple take in a young boy who turns out is terrified of going to sleep. They obviously think it's because of his upbringing but of course this is not the case, but we can forgive them as they don't realise they're characters in a supernatural thriller. Idiots!