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From films about life-like dolls to terrifying clowns, 2019’s fall film calendar is full of horror.

Pennywise It: Chapter Two

New Line

Sept. 4: “IT: Chapter Two”  After the success of “IT” in 2017, we’re so trying ahead to the sequel that can happen 27 years after the Loser Club crossed paths with Pennywise the Clown. 


Sept. 13: “Haunt”  “A Quiet Place” co-writers Bryan Woods and Scott Beck write and direct this one, a few group of buddies who go to an “extreme” haunted home on Halloween. 

The Lighthouse Willem Dafoe Robert Pattinson

Photo by Eric Chakeen

Oct. 18: “The Lighthouse” You would not assume a pageant favourite starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe would qualify as a horror film, however it’s! The film follows two lighthouse keepers who stay in a distant and mysterious island within the 1890s. 

zombieland double tap


Oct. 18: “Zombieland: Double Tap”  OK, we all know — it is extra of a comedy than a horror movie, however it’s nonetheless all in regards to the guts and the gore. Woody Harrelson, Emma Roberts, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin return to combat advanced zombies.  

Eli movie


Oct. 18: “Eli”  October 18 appears to be THE day for horror releases this fall! In Ciaran Foy’s movie, a boy receiving therapy for his autoimmune dysfunction realizes the home he is in is not as secure as he thought. 

Doctor Sleep

Warner Bros.

Nov. 8: “Doctor Sleep”  In a sequel to Stephen King’s “The Shining,” a grown-up Danny Torrance (Ewan McGregor) meets a younger lady who homes the identical skills he has — they’re simply a lot stronger, and that is why she’s being hunted by a cult often called The True Knot. 

the lodge

Sundance Institute

Nov. 15: “The Lodge”  “The Lodge,” by the “Goodnight Mommy” filmmakers, made a splash in January at Sundance. The film stars Kiley Keough, Richard Armitage and Alicia Silverstone and can make you cringe in worry for days.

brahms the boy 2


Dec. 6: “Brahms: The Boy II”  “Brahms: The Boy II” is the observe as much as 2016’s “The Boy.” This one stars Katie Holmes as a girl whose son makes buddies with a life-like doll named Brahms.

Black Christmas


Dec. 13: “Black Christmas”  Blumhouse’s remake of the 1974 horror movie of the identical stars Cary Elwes, Imogen Poots and Brittany O’Grady and goes old-school horror: A bunch of buddies are stalked by a stranger throughout their winter break. 

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