As far as the remake is concerned, Bill Skarsgard's Pennywise looks suitably terrifying, and I can't wait to see what the production team will be able to do with current filmmaking techniques and effects.
"Get Out" follows a young black man who discovers something very sinister while visiting his white girlfriend's family estate. Given the state of race relations in the USA at the time this film was made, it should prove to be interesting to say the least.
This is director Gore Verbinksi's first horror film since 2002, and I am a big fan of his, and I am a fan of psychological thrillers, such as this film, which might not be considered "true" horror films (whatever that might mean).
Justine (Garance Marillier) shows up for her first year of vet school at a, well "unusual" institution. Almost immidiately, she is thrust into viscious hazing rutuals, some of which involve the consumption of raw meat, which is difficult for Justine, considering she's a strict vegetarian. Things begin to escalate, of course, and this gorehound is looking forward to watching!!
I've heard good things about this one, and I'm looking forward to checking out what I hope to be a well shot, gory film, with an interesting story line.
Stephen King adaptations have had mixed results so, if anything, I am more worried about some of the liberties they may take with the story, but I am still very excited about this one, as I have been hoping for a film version for a very long time!
Anthologies can be a bit uneven because, generally speaking, some of the segments are usually better than the others, but I have a good feeling about this one, given the talent that's involved. We'll see! Be on the lookout for this one from Magnet Releasing.
McAvoy plays an man with 23 different personalities who kidnaps three young women. The trailer, in my opinion, is fantastic, and makes me want to see more. I truly hope this one is good, because I would love to see M. Night Shyamalan redeem himself. I still believe he has it in him. We'll find out I suppose!
The crew of the Covenant comes across a planet that appears to be a virtual paradise. It turns out that the only inhabitant is David, the andriod played by Michael Fassbender, that managed to survive the Prometheus expedtion, and it turns out that the world may not be the paradise that it initially seems to be.
In interviews, Ridley Scott has said that this film will answer many of the questions left over after "Prometheus" and, while I don't personally need every plot point of a film spoon fed to me, I don't want to have to work that hard to understand a film, so I hope Scot is true to his word. Either way, I can't wait to see this one!