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Your Horror Guide | 2018

Horror had one incredible ride in 2017, with films like SplitGet Outand the remake of IT – all proving that audiences want smart, engaging stories out of the genre. Let’s see what scares 2018 has in store for us. We may even see some familiar faces along the way.

Insidious: The Last Key

January 5

My Review: ‘Insidious: The Last Key’ Delivers The Scares But Not A Worthy Finale

Once again going back in time, the latest entry to the successful franchise follows a younger Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye), whose home is overcome with a demonic spirit.


February 2

The story behind one of America’s most haunted houses, the Winchester Mystery House, is finally coming to the big screen. Starring Helen Mirren as Sarah Winchester, the woman who believed herself to be cursed by the spirits of those killed by her husbands guns. So convinced, she continuously built a maze of a home for nearly 40 years to please the ghosts haunting her.

The Cloverfield Paradox

February 4

My Review: ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’, A Familiar Sci-Fi Adventure

Like the previous Cloverfield films, this one was shrouded in total mystery. Originally poised for an October 2017 premiere, the film was said to take place aboard a space station that finds itself within the Clover-universe. Starring Elizabeth Debicki, David Oyelowo and Chris O’Dowd, the movie ended up dropping its trailer during Super Bowl Sunday, announcing its release on Netflix, instead of theatrically released like the previous two. Netflix then released the film immediately following the game.

Rumors began to swirl in the last couple of weeks that this was going to be streamed on Netflix. Also rumored is that a possible completed 4th film, will also be released as Netflix original later on.

The Strangers: Prey at Night

March 9

The long awaited sequel to 2008’s The Strangers is finally arriving. Martin Henderson, Christina Hendricks, Bailee Madison and Lewis Pullman star as a family who finds themselves lost while taking a road trip. Staying in a trailer park for the night, they come face-to-face with the menacing masked killers from the first film.

A Quiet Place

April 6

Directed by and starring John Krasinski, this mysterious supernatural horror finds a family living in total silence – fearing something might hurt them if they make their presence known. The film also costars Krasinski’s real-life wife Emily Blunt.

The New Mutants

April 13

The X-Men universe dives into the horror genre with this film about five young mutants, held in a secret facility and discovering their powers. Starring Anya Taylor-Joy (Split), Charlie Heaton (Stranger Things) and Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones).

Truth or Dare

April 27

Another Blumhouse Production slated for release in 2018, this film follows a college student who, after a game of Truth or Dare, finds herself plagued with a supernatural presence. Starring Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale and Teen Wolf‘s Tyler Posey.


May 18

The controversial fictional character will be brought to theaters starring Joey King and The Affair‘s Julia Goldani Telles.


June 8

Toni Collette stars in this ultra-creepy looking horror film that had an incredible response at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. She stars as a woman dealing with the recent death of her mother, feeling that a dark presence may have been left behind.

The First Purge

July 4

Originally subtitled “The Island”, this newest installment will continue the story as a prequel to the successful franchise. It will focus on how The Purge came to be and what led to such a horrific event being legalized.

The Nun

July 13

The fifth installment in the successful Conjuring franchise will bring to life the story of that terrifying nun featured in The Conjuring 2, and briefly mentioned in Annabelle: CreationSet in Romania during 1952, a mysterious death of a nun finds Father Burke traveling to Rome to investigate. Taissa Farmiga joins big sister Vera Farmiga (Lorraine Warren) in the series, portraying Sister Irene.



August 24

Starring former Castle star Stana Katic, this film follows a fresh-out-of-rehab cop who takes the night shift at a city morgue. Soon discovering a violent entity has possessed one of the deceased.

The Little Stranger

August 31

Domhnall Gleeson portrays Dr. Faraday, a respected doctor in 1947. When taking care of a patient at Hundreds Hall, he becomes acquainted with the woman’s grown children (Will Poulter and Ruth Wilson). Both convinced they are being haunted by something sinister.

The House with a Clock in its Walls

September 21

Director Eli Roth brings to life this gothic horror novel with stars Cate Blanchett, Jack Black and Kyle MacLachlan. The story tells the tale of witches and warlocks and their dark plan to bring about the end the world.


October 19

Blumhouse Productions is currently working on a reboot of the popular horror franchise, Halloween. The film will take place after the second film from 1981, ignoring the sequels, and remakes, that followed. Fans were happy to hear that Jamie Lee Curtis will return as Laurie Strode to battle Michael Meyers once again.

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Patient Zero

Original Release Date: February 17, 2017

Matt Smith stars in this zombie-outbreak film as mankind’s only hope for a cure. After being bitten, he does not change, but can instead communicate with the infected and sets out to find patient zero.

The films release has been rescheduled, although a new date has not yet been announced.

The Horror Guide is continuously updated so keep checking back



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