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Little Horrors: Gremlins

Little Horrors: Gremlins

Joe Dante’s 1984 Gremlins is a classic popcorn flick, packed with offbeat humor, gross-out gags, memorable monsters, and its share of charming moments. But In Praise of Shadows thinks it’s much more, establishing a whole new direction for how little creatures have been treated in horror and fantasy films ever since.

A Quiet Place Part II (Trailer)

A Quiet Place Part II (Trailer)

After the events of the terrifying A Quiet Place, the remaining members of the Abbott family head back out into the world to face more monsters that react to even the smallest sound. Along the way, they encounter new people and we get a glimpse at what happened at the start of the invasion.

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Come to Daddy (Trailer)

Come to Daddy (Trailer)

Elijah Wood sports a very bad haircut as he portrays a man who reunites with his mysterious and long-lost father, only to find out that the reason his Dad wants to get together is truly insidious. New Zealand filmmaker Ant Timpson’s twisted horror flick is getting raves from the critics.

Antlers (Red Band Trailer)

Antlers (Red Band Trailer)

(Gore) Produced by Guillermo del Toro, and directed by Scott Cooper (Black Mass), this creepy horror film follows the story of a gruesome death that at first appears to be an animal attack, but turns out to be something far more insidious – and the young boy who in some way is connected to it all.

Dracula (Teaser)

Dracula (Teaser)

A new series about a very old vampire. Developed by Sherlock creators Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, Dracula is expected to both pay tribute to Bram Stoker’s original and change things up with new tales of horror and new insights into the character. Stars the imposing Claes Bang as Dracula. Premieres 1/4/20 on Netflix and BBC One.

Memory: The Origins of Alien

Memory: The Origins of Alien

Go inside the story of one of the greatest science fiction/horror movies of all time. Alexandre O. Philippe’s documentary delves into the origins of Ridley Scott’s tense, gory, and artful masterpiece. Legion M’s DVD and Blu-Ray discs come with a special limited-edition pin featuring the art of H.R. Giger.

Color Out of Space (Trailer)

Color Out of Space (Trailer)

“It’s just a color… but it buuuuuurns!” Nicolas Cage stars in this adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s supernatural short story about a family who moves from the big city to the country to get away from it all, but that all changes when a glowing meteorite crashes to Earth, and infects the local water supply. Directed by Richard Stanley.

Cursed Words

Cursed Words

(Gore) Joe and Lloyd Stas’ horrific short film fully embraces the grindhouse genre, as a man visiting a countryside pub finds a mysterious letter in his coat pocket, and then all hell breaks loose when he reads its contents. This is definitely not one for the kiddies or the faint of heart.

What Is The Scariest Thing?

What Is The Scariest Thing?

There are lots of things to be frightened of in the world, but is there a universally worst terror for all people, regardless of age, race, sex, culture or other attributes? Michael Stevens of Vsauce digs into the notion of fear, and how these unpleasant feelings are triggered in our brains. He also hates purple squares now.

#chadgetstheaxe

#chadgetstheaxe

(PG-13: Language) Travis Bible’s horror short satirizes obnoxious online personalities and their chatty followers, as “soon to be top five” vlogger Chad Ryan pays a visit to a cabin where a massacre took place. But he finds himself in a bit too deep as he livestreams his experience to millions of followers.

The Turning (Trailer)

The Turning (Trailer)

Inspired by Henry James’ novel The Turn of the Screw, and directed by Floria Sigismondi (The Handmaid’s Tale), this creepy looking film tells the story of a nanny assigned to secluded estate in Maine, where she must care for two children who seem to be deeply disturbed by mysterious forces.

Eli (Trailer)

Eli (Trailer)

A boy struggling with a rare autoimmune disorder finds himself at a treatment center who claims they can cure his disease, but he and his family get more than what they bargain for in this creepy Netflix horror flick. Talk about side effects. Drops 10/18/19.

Horrorgami

Horrorgami

Create 20 awesomely creepy kirigami scenes from Paper Dandy’s book of horror-themed dioramas. When appropriately lit, they’re the perfect perfect decoration for your Halloween party. Each intricate design requires a good deal of precise cutting, so they’re more for adults than kids, though.

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Doctor Sleep (Trailer 2)

Doctor Sleep (Trailer 2)

Nearly four decades after the strange happenings at the Overlook Hotel in The Shining, a grown-up Dan Torrance can’t shake the haunting visions of his past. He meets a girl who has shares a similar supernatural “gift” that attracts an army of terrifying freaks, and must return to the place that started it all.

Killer Sofa (Trailer)

Killer Sofa (Trailer)

(Gore) If we can have possessed killer dolls and possessed killer trucks, why not possessed killer furniture? That’s the question that this insane schlock horror film (also known as My Lover, My Lazy Boy) aims to answer. Though it looks more like a recliner than a sofa to us. Heading straight to DVD and digital 10/2019.

Marianne (Trailer)

Marianne (Trailer)

Are you not getting your regular dose of nightmares? Then tune in to Netflix for this French horror series about a novelist whose terrifying stories are coming true, after spending her whole life trying to fend off visions of an evil witch. Drops 9/13/19. That’s a Friday, naturally.

Underwater (Trailer)

Underwater (Trailer)

After a team of underwater researchers set up shop at the bottom of the ocean, an earthquake strikes and threatens to destroy their laboratory. But it turns out that maybe they really just angered some undersea monster by drilling into its home. Kristen Stewart, T.J. Miller, and Vincent Cassel star in this popcorn horror flick.

American Horror Story: 1984 (Teaser)

American Horror Story: 1984 (Teaser)

The new season of FX’s chilling horror series channels 1980s teen slasher films, as a group of kids – obviously played by adults – heads off to Camp Redwood with a mad slasher hanging off the bottom of their pickup truck, ready to punish the teens for their wild ways. Premieres 9/18/19.

The Making of Alien

The Making of Alien

Author J.W. Rinzler’s 336-page hardcover book takes us inside the production of Ridley Scott and Dan O’Bannon’s 1979 science fiction/horror classic Alien. The book includes interviews with the original crew, and photographs, artworks, and storyboards from the production.

The Shining with Jim Carrey

The Shining with Jim Carrey

(PG-13: Language) Thanks to the wonders of digital video effects, deepfake channel Ctrl Shift Face managed to transplant the face of Jim Carrey onto the head of Jack Nicholson, making classic scenes from Stanley Kubrick’s film adaptation The Shining just that much more terrifying. Be sure to watch Episode 2 and Episode 3.

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Ayuda

Ayuda

(PG-13: Language) Two day laborers are hired for a grim and possibly criminal task by a stranger, and they struggle with the consequences of their decision to take the job. Patrick Mason’s short film is filled with tense moments, and at least one big surprise along the way.

Tone-Deaf (Trailer)

Tone-Deaf (Trailer)

In this offbeat psychological horror flick from cult director Richard Bates Jr. (Excision, Trash Fire), a woman leaves the city to get away from it all, but it turns out the man she rents her country vacation house from has decided that the time is right to explore his darkest tendencies. Robert Patrick and Amanda Crew star.

Doctor Sleep (Trailer)

Doctor Sleep (Trailer)

Now grown up, Dan Torrance is still haunted by that year he spent at the Overlook Hotel, and retains his psychic abilities. He meets a young girl who also has “the shining”, which makes her a target of a cult who feeds on gifted children. Ewan MacGregor stars in this adaptation of Stephen King’s sequel to The Shining.

Scary Stories (Trailer)

Scary Stories (Trailer)

Horror visionary Guillermo del Toro presents a summer flick based on the eponymous books of Alvin Schwartz. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is set in 1968, where a group of teenagers find a book filled with horror stories written by an abused girl.

In Fabric (Trailer)

In Fabric (Trailer)

A dress in a London department store ruins the life of anyone who wears it. A literally killer dress? Sounds like the makings of a B-movie, but if the indie masters at A24 picked it up, it must mean it’s a winner.

Evil (Trailer)

Evil (Trailer)

In this upcoming horror TV series Evil, a psychologist reluctantly collaborates with a priest-in-training, who asks her for help in determining whether alleged cases of miracles, demonic possessions and hauntings have logical explanations. Premieres fall 2019 on CBS.

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