Here Are The 11 Best Horror Movies Coming Out This Year
2023 promises to be a big year for horror movies. The year started strong with M3GAN And it only seems to get better. Here are 11 of the best horror movies coming out this year.
The year kicks off with the sixth ‘Scream’ movie. In the movie, the Carpenter sisters (Melissa Berrera and Jenna Ortega) finally leave Woodsboro for New York. Unfortunately, this does not mean that they are safe now, because a new Ghostface is waiting for them. The film will be released in theaters on March 9.
The upcoming movie promises to be very different from the other horror movies this year. Renfield is about the loyal henchman of Dracula’s henchman who wants a new direction in his life after falling in love with a policewoman. Dracula is played by Nicolas Cage, reason enough to watch the movie. Renfield It will be released in theaters on April 6.
rise of the wicked dead
A few weeks later Renfield we have (yet) a reboot of an iconic film series, namely rise of the wicked dead. This will be the first movie where we won’t see the iconic Ash Williams and therefore he will really be on his own.
The trailer shows that the comedy content has been cut down quite a bit and we can really expect a gruesome horror movie. You will see rise of the wicked dead In theaters April 20.
Of course, a film adaptation of a Stephen King book cannot be missing from a list like this. This year we have two, the first will be the bogeyman.
The movie takes a different angle than the book, as it focuses on a boy instead of a man who talks about his experience with the Boogeyman. The film will be released in the United States on June 2, a Dutch release date has yet to be announced.
Insidious: Fear of the Dark
‘Insidious’ will also return for a fifth film this year. The film marks the directorial debut of Patrick Wilson, the lead in the first two films.
The film refocuses on the Lambert family and follows their son Dalton (Ty Simpkins) as he attends college. Insidious: Fear of the dark hits theaters on July 6.
the nun 2
The first ‘Nun’ movie isn’t considered one of the best movies in the ‘Conjuring’ universe, but it was a huge financial success nonetheless. So it makes sense that there would be a sequel. Franchise veteran Michael Chaves directs the sequel, which hits theaters September 7.
Original by William Friedkin The Exorcist It is still considered today as one of the best horror movies of all time. Director David Gordon Green is also taking on quite a challenge to try to do the same. in the exorcist if he with Hallowe’en did.
The new exorcist will also be a kind of ‘aftermath’. Ellen Burstyn returns as Chris MacNeil, while the film primarily focuses on new characters played by Leslie Odom Jr. and Ann Dowd. The film will be released in theaters on October 12.
Tobin Bell returns as the iconic John Kramer/Jigsaw in the tenth film in the franchise. Although nothing official is known yet, it seems that this movie takes place during a period between the second and third parts.
Shawnee Smith also returns as Amanda. You can see the film in the cinema on October 26.
Demeter’s Last Voyage
Next Renfield there will be another Dracula retelling this year. Demeter’s Last Voyage is based on a single chapter of the book and is directed by André øvredal (Scary stories to tell in the dark).
Dracula is played in this film by Javier Botet. The film does not yet have an exact release date.
The first film in the reboot trilogy will be released this year. The strangers. All three films are directed by Renny Harlin (die hard 2, deep blue sea) and follows new characters played by Madelaine Petsch (riverdale) in Froy Guttierrez (Hocus Pocus 2).
Stephen King’s second film will be a film adaptation of Salem’s Lot. the screenwriter of He in It: Chapter 2 he is also responsible for the story of this film and will direct it. Due to the success of the ‘It’ movies it seems salem lot in good hands with Gary Dauberman.
The movie was originally supposed to open on April 20, but that has recently changed. A new release date has not yet been announced.