The year started very well so far for the horror movies fans, with some new titles being launched in the past weeks. Below in this article, we will cover the Five Horror Movies you can see this Spring.
We had some friends hiking the Appalachian Trail (“Wrong Turn”), another hiking trip, this time in northern Sweden (“Red Dot”), a horror-comedy with demonic animatronics and Nicolas Cage in the role of a janitor (“Willy’s Wonderland”), and Jeffrey Dean Morgan witnessing miracles (“The Unholy”).
While we already put forward some of the most anticipated movies for 2021, here are five of the horror movies to see this Spring:
Things Heard & Seen (April 29)
The movie is based on the novel “All Things Cease to Appear” by Elizabeth Brundage, and it is scheduled to be released on April 29 by Netflix.
It tells the story of an artist who is relocated to the Hudson Valley. Upon that point, she begins to suspect that her marriage has a sinister past, which matches the dark history of the new house.
The Manhattan couple is played by Amanda Seyfried, who just received an Oscar nomination for the Best Actress in Supporting Role (the movie “Mank”), and James Norton, who played in hits like “Little Women”, “Black Mirror”, or “Flatliners”.
Back in the years, Amanda Seyfried used to play in horror movies like “Jennifer’s Body” (2009) and “Red Riding Hood” (2010).
Oscar winner F. Murray Abraham and Oscar nominee Michael O’Keefe also star in this movie.
Spiral: From the Book of Saw (May 14)
This will be the ninth installment of the “Saw” film series, and it will be released on May 14 by Lionsgate, one year later than initially planned.
If you like the “Saw” series, then you may very well have an idea of what’s coming with this movie. The plot is about a criminal mastermind who unleashes a twisted form of justice.
Samuel L. Jackson is the star of the cast, in the role of an esteemed police veteran, while other detectives are played by Chris Rock and Max Minghella. Chris Rock’s character, Zeke, is at the center of the killer’s game.
The acclaimed horror movies director Darren Lynn Bousman, who directed several “Saw” movies among others, is in charge with this one too.
Army of Dead (May 21)
It’s been a while since the last American zombie outbreak, so Zack Snyder (yes, Snyder!) brings us the ultimate zombie horror movie.
Set in Las Vegas, it shows a group of mercenaries to take on the ultimate game, as they venture in the quarantine zone to pull off the greatest heist ever attempted.
“Always bet on dead” says the movie poster, resembling maybe the most iconic thing about Las Vegas – the casino games. While you can still have fun in present-day (no zombie outbreaks) Las Vegas casinos, you may want to know that there are always online alternatives, like Unibet CA, one of the best Canadian online casinos available now. There, you can play slots like “Doom of Dead”, “Rise of Dead”, “Return of the Dead”, “The Haunted Horseman”, “Blood Suckers”, or “The Wolf’s Bane”.
The cast is led by the action movies star Dave Bautista – “Drax” from the Marvel movies “Avengers” and “Guardians of the Galaxy”.
A Quiet Place II (May 28)
Last, but not least, we can enjoy two of the most anticipated movies of the year – and fans know them very well.
The first is the sequel of the 2018 “A Quiet Place”, which was a true hit (including an Oscar nomination). Emily Blunt appears again in the role of Evelyn Abbott, while John Krasinski also has an appearance (apart from being the director).
Djimon Hounsou and Cillian Murphy are other great actors to feature in this film, which sees the Abbott family going outside their home. They venture into the unknown and soon realize that the creatures that hunt and kill by sound are not the only threats of the outside world.
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (June 4)
The other so anticipated movie is the third installment of “The Conjuring”. It will be launched on May 27 in Singapore, and on May 28 in UK and Turkey, before arriving in the United States on June 4.
After the 2013 and 2016, Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine (Vera Farmiga) continue their work as the real-life paranormal investigators. They will witness a fight for the soul of a young boy, and the case of a murder whose suspect would claim demonic possession as a defense.