After ES 2 This horror films await you even in 2019

After “ES 2”: This horror films await you even in 2019

2019 is a good year for horror fans: “ES Chapter 2” is currently running in theaters and start still scary highlights such as “midsummer”, “Ready Or Not” and “The Lighthouse”. And also to “Zombieland 2” and “Doctor Sleep” we are excited.

With “ES 2” of the horror highlights of this year has started on 5 September of 2019. But that is not the end: In the coming weeks and months waiting for you some really good horror movies. We give you an overview of the upcoming title, and tell you what it is and whether the movie is worth visiting conjectural.

“Midsummer”

What’s the matter? A group of American students traveling to Sweden to participate in held there in only every 90 years Midsummer celebrations. A bad decision …

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Is it worth? In any case. “Midsummer” is a “on the abgefucktest possible way beautiful, strong-willed disturbing the rules of horror movies consistently among migratory, somewhere between IKEA Catalog and Satanist orgy of resettled Psycho-Trip” and get us 4.5 out of 5 stars.

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Release Date: September 26, 2019

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“Ready Or Not”

What’s the matter? Grace (Samara Weaving) has married the youngest member of the board game filthy rich dynasty Le Domas, but a treacherous and bloodthirsty round must survive hiding before being incorporated into the family.

What’s the matter?

Is it worth? “Ready Or Not” is “exciting, brutal, sometimes pretty nasty, but just often diabolically-funny” – 3.5 out of 5 stars we give for this black-humored survival horror thriller

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Release Date: September 26, 2019

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“3 From Hell”

What’s the matter? The serial killer Otis (Bill Moseley), Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie) and Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig) have yet survived. You escape from prison and left a trail of corpses again.

What’s the matter?

Is it worth? “The usual violent finale, the audience certainly return consistently split,” it says in our 2.5 star review. Rob Zombie fans will however certainly get their money.

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Release Date: September 27, 2019

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“We Have Always Lived In The Castle”

What’s the matter? Merricat (Taissa Farmiga) and Constance (Alexandra Daddario) Blackwood live with her uncle in the secluded family estate. When her attractive and mysterious cousin Charles (Sebastian Stan) comes to visit, which provides for dispute among the sisters …

What’s the matter?

Is it worth? “We Have Always Lived In The Castle” is based as well as “The Haunting of Hill House” on a story by Shirley Jackson. 4 stars there are of us for this “strong, very faithful to the original screen version of the novel, which convinces as intoxicating mystery thriller as well as a touching portrait of an outsider.”

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Release Date: October 3, 2019

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“47 Meters Down: Uncaged”

What’s the matter? Four young women explore a sunken ancient city with scuba tanks. However, there awaits an unpleasant surprise: blind, but deadly basking …

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Is it worth? Only partially, because at “47 Meters Down: Uncaged” is “an exciting, atmospheric and visually appealing middle part is pulled by a clich├ęd entry and a strangely detached from the rest of the film Trash final in depth.” Hai fans risk in this 2.5-star film nevertheless a glance.

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Release Date: October 10, 2019

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“Halloween Haunt”

What’s the matter? Harper (Katie Stevens) and her friends and fellow students visit on Halloween a supposedly harmless Horror House – a fatal decision.

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Is it worth? “Halloween Haunt” according to our three-star review is a “pleasing concentrated and therefore at least for genre fans watchable Slasher […] with it usual silly behaving figures, an uncomfortable atmosphere, some really nasty moments as well as an outstanding […] set design.”

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Release Date: October 31, 2019

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“Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark”

What’s the matter? After they took a mysterious notebook from an abandoned house on the outskirts, Stella do (Zoe Margaret Colletti) and her friends soon their very own horror stories …

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Is it worth? “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” is a “nice old school of horrors with a great sixties flair, lovable hero and perfectly staged shock moments” – there are about and 3.5 out of 5 stars.

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Release Date: October 31, 2019

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“Zombieland 2”

What’s the matter? Wichita (Emma Stone), Little Rock (Abigail Breslin), Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) and Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) are back and lie down again with undead and other survivors at.

What’s the matter?

Is it worth? “Zombieland” has us then really liked, but late sequels it often difficult to connect to the predecessor. After all: The first trailer for “Zombieland 2” was ever quite vielverprechend …

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Release Date: November 7, 2019

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“Doctor Sleep”

What’s the matter? Danny Torrance (Ewan McGregor) is now grown up and working in a hospice. Together with the young Abra (Kyliegh Curran), who also has the shining, he must take on a fanatical cult.

What’s the matter?

Is it worth? get to Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece “The Shining” is likely to be difficult, but with Mike Flanagan ( “The Haunting of Hill House”) sits for also based on a Stephen King novel sequel “Doctor Sleep” definitely miss a really good Horror director at the helm.

Is it worth?

Release Date: November 21, 2019

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“The lighthouse”

What’s the matter? Maine in the 1890s: lighthouse keeper Thomas Wake (Willem Dafoe) and his assistant Ephraim Winslow (Robert Pattinson fall slowly into madness at work.

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Is it worth? Director Robert Eggers manages to “The Witch”, the next stroke of genius: “The Lighthouse” is a “fantastic photographed and grandiose mock descent into madness,” not only “for fans of H. P. Lovecraft, but for all lovers of aesthetically ambitious horror cinema is a must. ” 4 of 5 stars.

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Release Date: November 28, 2019

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“Black Christmas”

What’s the matter? Riley (Imogen Poots) and a few other young women of her sorority stay over the Christmas holiday at the university. But then a masked killer hunt begins to make on it …

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Is it worth? “Black Christmas” is the second remake of the movie of the same name in 1974 and the first remake was pretty bad. But because horror guru Jason Blum and his production company, Blum House (responsible for almost everything from “Paranormal Activity” to “Get Out” to “Halloween”) behind it, we first confident …

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Release Date: December 12, 2019

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