Horror Films Hitting Theaters in the Next Couple Months

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2020 is already stacked for some blockbuster horror movies. Just recently, it was announced that A Quiet Place will be releasing the sequel in March, so we're already off to a pretty good start. 

We've already gotten some exciting trailers for movies dropping in the new year. Big-name actors are making their return to the silver screen with some iconic horror directors. 2020 is already shaping up to be a pretty good year for horror movies! 

The Grudge - January 3

Reboots of classic horror movies are usually looked down upon, but this one actually seems warranted. The Grudge was first released in 2002, and then remade in 2004 by the same director. Writer Jeff Buhler (Midnight Meat Train) and producer Sam Raimi (The Evil Dead) are working together to bring this back to life. Andrea Riseborough, John Cho, Betty Gilpin, and Lin Shaye are also going to be featured in this film. 

The Turning  - January 24

You might have seen advertisements for this film floating around. The advertising budget is obviously pretty large since it's all over Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. This film is about a nanny who takes on a seemingly easy job hanging out with two kids in an old, Victorian home. Mackenzie Davis (The Martian), Finn Wolfhard (It and Stranger Things), and Brooklynn Prince are all starring in the film. 

The Lodge - February 7

The Lodge is directed by Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz (Goodnight Mommy). It was originally a Sundance film and has been moved to the bigger theaters due to audience demand. The film is about a woman who is snowed in at a cabin in the middle of the woods. The story followers her as she navigates a tricky relationship with her fiance's children as well as fighting her own demons from her past.

The Invisible Man - February 28

 

A woman is being tormented by her abusive ex-boyfriend. When she tries to get help, people tell her that he's not alive anymore... even though she can see him clear as day. Elisabeth Moss and Oliver Jackson-Cohen star in this Leigh Whannell (Saw, Insidious) flick. 

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