10 Horror Films To Look Forward To From Now Until 2017

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4.) Rob Zombie’s 31

still_rob_zombie_31_1It appears Rob Zombie is tapping back into his House of 1000 Corpses roots and bringing they psycho circus feel back to the big screen. The poster features “12 Horrific Clowns, 12 hours to play, 12 hours to kill and 12 hours to survive.” Remember when I said the IT remake could make us fear clowns again on a very ethereal level? Well 31 could top that with Zombie’s brutal style of film making. One criticism I have of Zombie’s projects are that they always feature his wife, Sherri Moon Zombie and more often than not Malcolm McDowell. Branch out a little and cast some new leads. The same tired cast has become stale.

If I point out the bad I should also point out the good. Zombie’s films have a very unique style about them and have breathed new life into the careers of horror favorites like Sid Haig, Ken Foree and Bill Mosley. Staples in the horror community and hell of some nice guys!

Released: September 1, 2016

Synopsis: Five carnival workers are kidnapped and forced to participate in a violent game against a gang of sadistic clowns.

3.) Girl With All The Gifts

still_girl_with_gifts2Many are saying this is the film that will make the zombie genre legit again after it was flooded when The Walking Dead saw huge success with mainstream audiences.

Soft Release: August 3, 2016  Wide Release: TBA 2016

Synopsis: The Girl with All the Gifts is an upcoming British post-apocalyptic sci-fi horror thriller film directed by Colm McCarthy. The screenplay was written by M.R. Carey adapted from his novel of the same name.

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