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The 25 most anticipated horror films of 2019

The past few years have turned out to be an impressive showcase for the horror genre, producing critical favorites and box office hits It follows, The baby shower, Go out, IT, and Hereditaryjust to name a few. 2019 seems to continue this trend and discourage our pants in every conceivable way. Thanks to the great success of ITNot only are we getting the much anticipated sequel, but also a series of other Stephen King adaptations, including a remake of Pet sematary and the kind of sequel too The lights, In addition, we also have a new version of child's play, Festival hits like sweetheart and Little monstersas well as new films by breakout directors Jordan Peele, Robert Eggers and Ari Aster. We have listed all upcoming titles in the order of the release date. So mark it in your calendar and look for someone screaming in the theater with you.

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Happy death 2U (2019) 66%
Directed by: Christopher Landon
With: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Suraj Sharma, Rubin Modine, Phi Vu
Opening on: February 13, 2019

A sequel to Blumhouse Slasher 2017 directed by Christopher Landon. Two years after the original, the film re-enacts the story of Tree Gelbman as she returns to a time warp looking for a killer. Only in this repetition, their friends experience the same day again and again.

The hole in the ground (2019) 89%
Directed by: Lee Cronin
With: Seána Kerslake, James Cosmo, Simone Kirby
Opening on: March 1, 2019

Celebrated as one of Sundance's scariest films, director Lee Cronins The hole in the ground is a kind of A24 horror release about a woman trying to restart her life in a remote village until a meeting with a local takes her to the streets of paranoia and madness.

Stage 16 (2019)
Directed by: Danishka Esterhazy
With: Celina Martin, Katie Douglas and Sara Canning
Opening on: March 1, 2019

Written and directed by Danishka Esterhazy, Stage 16 Premiere at the Fantastic Fest and was celebrated as a clever game The story of the servant, In a mysterious school for girls, residents are taken to a grumpy building where they spend their entire youth and learn how to be right and perfect young women – with dire consequences if they are not. Relevant.

Body at Brighton Rock (2019)
Directed by: Roxanne Benjamin
With: Casey Adams, Emily Althaus and Miranda Bailey
Opening on: March 8, 2019

Roxanne Benjamin has included horror shorts in the band South and XX Anthologies, but Body at Brighton Rock marks her feature film debut. It is described as a "survival thriller" about a park ranger spending the night at a crime scene on a remote mountain trail.

wounds (2019) 58%
Directed by: Babak Anvari
With: Armie Hammer, Dakota Johnson, Zazie Beetz
Opening on: March 19, 2019

Babak Anvaris first English-language film and a follower of the Iranian Ghost Story 2016 Under the shade, wounds Stars Armie Hammer as a bartender, who finds a cell phone that puts him in a terrible nightmare. For those who have longed for some raw-out stuff with their arthouse horror, reports say they could fill a void.

Us (2019)
Directed by: Jordan Peele
With: Lupita Nyong & # 39; o, Winston Duke and Elisabeth Moss
Opening on: March 22, 2019

Jordan Peele is both a producer and a trained film guard. He loaded Go out with homages and references to such different classics as Rate who comes to dinner and Night of the living dead, Because of what Peele has called "genre confusion." Go out – Golden Globes categorizes it as a comedy – Us Slash away from the comedy and tell "full of horror" to tell the story of a family on vacation bumping into evil doppelgangers of their own.

Rabid (2017)
Directed by: Sylvia Soska, Jen Soska
With: Laura Vandervoort, Stephen McHattie
Opening on: March 25, 2019 (UK)

The Soska sisters will smuggle their David Cronenberg remake out of Canada later this year. Already legendary in the horror community for their love of blood and suffering, the Soskas are modernizing this story of a woman who is undergoing experimental plastic surgery before developing a taste for blood and leaving behind a zombie legion.

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(Photo by Paramount Pictures, Orion Pictures)

Pet sematary (2019)
Directed by: Kevin Koelsch, Dennis Widmyer
With: Jason Clarke, Amy Seimetz and John Lithgow
Opening on: April 5, 2019

A remake of Mary Lambert's adaptation of Steven King in 1989 Pet semataryThe 2019 version will be led by Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer. A couple moves to a new house, mysteriously, allegedly bringing pets with them. As the first trailer reveals, in this version the couple's daughter dies and not her son, and they bury her with the hope that she will be brought back to life. Written by Jeff Buhler and SuspiriaDavid Kajganich.

The curse of La Llorona (2019)
Directed by: Michael Chaves
With: Linda Cardellini, Raymond Cruz, Patricia Velasquez and Tony Amendola
Opening on: April 19, 2019

Director Michael Chaves has to make fun of the facial features with Warner Bros.'s new horror movie. It is based on the Mexican myth of a woman drowning her children in a fit of fear. The teaser trailer recalls the melancholy fish-out-of-water elements of the American remake of The grudge,

Bright Burn (2019)
Directed by: David Yarovesky
With: Elizabeth Banks, David Denman and Matt Jones
Opening on: May 24, 2019

Written by Brian and Mark Gunn – cousin and brother of James Gunn who has produced – the movie works with them Slither Actress Elizabeth Banks, who plays a mother who cares about an alien boy with violent tendencies who collapses on Earth in this daunting remake of the original Superman story.

Ma (2019)
Directed by: Tate Taylor
With: Octavia Spencer, Juliette Lewis, Missi Pyle and Luke Evans
Opening on: May 31, 2019

Octavia Spencer works again The help and Get up Director Tate Taylor, who makes headlines about a woman in this Blumhouse psycho-thriller, about a woman who befriends teenagers and lets them celebrate in her home before bad things happen and "the best place in town" becomes "the worst Place of the World ".

child's play (2019)
Directed by:
Lars Klevberg
With: Aubrey Plaza, Brian Tyree Henry and Gabriel Bateman
Opening on: June 21, 2019

Director Lars Klevberg directs this remake of the supernatural Slasher of the 1980s with a reinterpreted Chucky doll that has been updated for the 21stst Century. In this release, a young mother played by Aubrey Plaza gives her son a high-tech doll for his birthday, but the doll refuses programming and forcibly cheats villains. In other words, no voodoo phenomena here.

47 meters down: not in Caged (2019)
Directed by: Johannes Roberts
With: Nia Long, Sophie Nélisse, John Corbett
Opening on: June 28, 2019

Mandy Moore was already exposed to the horrors of the deep sea, and now director Johannes Roberts is returning to torture a group of adventurous backpackers who are in this shark attack thriller in an underwater city.

CBS Films and Lionsgate, Warner Bros.

(Photo by CBS Films and Lionsgate, Warner Bros.)

midsommar (2019)
Directed by: Ari Aster
With: Florence Pugh, Will Poulter, William Jackson Harper and Jack Reynor
Opening on: August 9, 2019

Ari Aster wasted no time after the premiere Hereditary, midsommar is his second movie and its features Lady MacbethFlorence Pugh and Black Mirror: BandersnatchWill Poulter. A couple travels to a picturesque Swedish village for a festival, before being caught in a bizarre and dangerous competition with a pagan cult. Steps from The Wicker Man,

To tell scary stories in the dark (2019)
Directed by: André Øvredal
With: Zoe Margaret Colletti, Dean Norris, Michael Garza, Austin Zajur
Opening on: August 9, 2019

Executive Producer Guillermo del Toro selected Troll hunter-helmer and monster friend André Øvredal as the man who leads an adaptation of the children's book series To tell scary stories in the dark, The film combines several stories to tell the story of a group of children who must solve the mystery of a "wave of horrific deaths."

It's chapter two (2019)
Directed by: Andy Muschietti
With: Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader, Bill Skarsgård
Opening on: September 6, 2019

It's chapter two Twenty-seven years after the children who competed against Pennywise have matured the clown and almost forgot that fateful summer. Bill Skarsgård returns to play Pennywise and the cast is filled by heavy hitters including Bill Hader, James McAvoy and Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain. Hader said Skarsgårds Pennywise was even more scary in person.

Are you afraid of the dark? (2019)
Directed by: D.J. Caruso
With: TBA
Opening on: October 11, 2019

The Nickelodeon Light Horror series of the 1990s Are you afraid of the dark? coined a generation of children's tastes that deal with the self-esteem and kitsch that developed in the horror genre back then, with tastier stories for children. Although the plot is still unknown, director D.J. Caruso has shown that he can upset films like the '90s Disturbia and eagle eye,

Doctor sleep (2020)
Directed by: Mike Flanagan
With: Ewan McGregor, Rebecca Ferguson, Jacob Tremblay and Bruce Greenwood
Opening on: November 8, 2019

And yet Another Stephen King adaptation, Doctor sleep Ewan McGregor plays as adult Danny Torrance (out The lights). Mike FlanaganOuija: Origin of evil, The haunt of Hill House) directs this story about an alcoholic with psychic powers who tries to protect a girl with similar abilities from a cult with nefarious motives.

Eli (2019)
Directed by: Ciarán Foy
With: Kelly Reilly, Lili Taylor and Max Martini
Opening on: TBD

Netflix is ​​expanding its horror collection with the release of Ciarán Foys Eli, The film tells the story of a boy with a serious illness whose parents allow a doctor (played by Lili Taylor) to shut him off from the world to do medical experiments – what could go wrong? – As the boy begins to question whether the doctor has his welfare at heart.

NEON and Hulu, FilmNation Entertainment

(Photo by NEON and Hulu, FilmNation Entertainment)

Jacobs leader (2019)
Directed by: David M. Rosenthal
With: Jesse Williams, Joseph Sikora, Michael Ealy and Karla Souza
Opening on: TBD

David M. Rosenthal recalls this Adrian Lyne classic with a cast including Michael Ealy, Jesse Williams, Nicole Beharie, Karla Souza and Guy Burnet. The producers have shown that this version is more of a tribute than a mere remake and focuses on the story of two brothers who could reassure some purist fans of the original.

The lighthouse (2019)
Directed by: Robert Eggers
With: Willem Dafoe, Robert Pattinson
Opening on: TBD

Robert Eggers leads this fantasy horror movie, his highly anticipated sequel The witchWith Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson. Not much is known about the story, except that it's an aging lighthouse keeper in Maine. Both Dafoe and Pattinson have already quoted how agonizing, painful and wet filming was.

Little monsters (2019) 92%
Directed by: Abe Forsythe
With: Lupita Nyong & # 39; o, Josh Gad
Opening on: TBD

In Abe Forsythes Little monstersAcademy Award winner Lupita Nyong'o plays schoolteacher Miss Caroline, who takes her class on an excursion to a farm near an American regeneration experiment. There's a zombie outbreak, and Miss Caroline has to save herself and her students. Early reviews praise Nyong's commitment for a role that would otherwise have been just stupid.

The cottage (2019) 78%
Directed by: Veronika Franz, Severin Fiala
With: Riley Keough, Jaeden Lieberher, Alicia Silverstone, Richard Armitage
Opening on: TBD

Fans of Hammer Horror may feel excited to have produced this gothic thriller by directors Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala. At the heart of the story are two parents who fight over the souls of their children – one is Catholic, the other a survivor of a Protestant death cult.

sweetheart (2019) 93%
Directed by: J.D. Dillard
With: Kiersey Clemons, Emory Cohen
Opening on: TBD

Kiersey Clemons plays the lead role as a woman was washed ashore on a mysterious island where a monster rises from the water at night, hungry after the next meal. Reviews from Sundance were quite positive, and almost everyone explains that J. D. Dillard – who in 2016 subtly reinvented the comic hero Sleight – The unbelievable power of tensing the tension with a single character (for most of the runtime) in a free, static location is unbelievable.

In the high grass (2019)
Directed by: Vincenzo Natali
With: Patrick Wilson, Harrison Gilbertson and Rachel Wilson
Opening on: TBD

Another Stephen King adaptation this year directed by Vincenzo Natali (cube). Story follows a sister and a brother who drive through Kansas and stop to check the cries for help they hear from the roadside fields. Patrick Wilson will be a star and try to make grass scary.


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