Entertainment

Most Anticipated 2022 Horror Movies (Still To Come)

David Cronenberg’s first foray into body horror in twenty years is a major cinematic event both for hardened horror heads and casual fans of the genre. To celebrate, the legendary horror helmer has assembled an incredible cast for Crimes of the Future, including Viggo Mortensen, Kristen Stewart, and Lea Seydoux. Mortensen will play a performance artist displaying his body’s gruesome, revolutionary modifications in the near future while a mysterious group attempt to uncover the truth behind this aberrant evolution.

The Black Phone — June 24, 2022

Directed by Scott Derrickson, The Black Phone is an adaptation of Joe Hill’s short story of the same name. Where Hill’s most recent adaptation, NOS4A2, had to cut much of the sprawling novel’s subplots and lore, this movie is likely to face the opposite issue. Like many chilling tales found in Hill’s debut collection 20th Century GhostsThe Black Phone‘s source story is a spartan exercise in suspense as a small boy attempts to escape the underground lair of a serial killer with nothing but the titular object to help him. According to early reviews, The Black Phone manages to make this disarmingly simple conceit terrifying, but only time will tell how successful the movie is.

Nope — July 22, 2022

Jordan Peele’s much-hyped return to horror, Nope, is one of 2022’s most mysterious releases. Nope‘s enigmatic trailer appears to depict a group of modern-day cowboys attempting to evade alien invaders, but the teaser doesn’t give away much in terms of the movie’s actual plot. Still, Get Out’s twists were foreshadowed by the spoiler-filled trailer, and the movie was still a huge hit, while Us gave away almost nothing in its marketing and proved similarly successful for Peele. As such, there is no reason to think this mysterious approach will be bad news for the heavily anticipated Nope.

Hypochondriac — July 29, 2022

After the big-budget, large-scale horror of Nope, there’s no better way to remind viewers that horror begins at home than with a Hereditary/Relic-esque family horror. Hypochondriac sees its protagonist, a seemingly content young potter, jeopardize his happy life, his relationship with his boyfriend, and his sanity when the return of his estranged mother causes past demons to resurface. A moving exploration of generational trauma is also an artsy, horror-fuelled nightmare, reminding viewers that The Haunting of Hill House‘s Mike Flanagan isn’t the only director who can find horror in the comfortable environs of happy families. Whether Hypochondriac will find as big an audience as that streaming success remains to be seen, although an impressive cast including Paget Brewster bodes well.

Salem’s Lot — September 9, 2022

Stephen King’s small-town vampire novel Salem’s Lot received a legendary TV miniseries adaptation from director Tobe Hooper in the late ’70s, but the bestseller never made it to the big screen until now. The story of the titular town being overrun by nocturnal bloodsuckers after the arrival of a mysterious antique dealer, Salem’s Lot is a sprawling tale with plenty of overlapping subplots that will be tough to compress into a theatrical movie. Still, Midnight Mass’s success proved a Salem’s Lot remake could work since audiences are still invested in vampire horror paired with character drama, so the movie may yet prove another huge hit for King.

Halloween Ends — October 14, 2022

Speaking of classic horror franchises derailed by recent entries, Halloween Ends will attempt to wrap up the new Halloween trilogy after the critical failure of 2021’s sequel Halloween Kills. While that flawed follow-up was largely derided as un-scary, thinly plotted, and overlong, 2018’s Halloween reboot was a critical and commercial success that proved the legendary slasher series still had some life left in it. Whether Michael and Laurie’s last stand will be a return to form or another disappointing outing will be decided in October 2022.

Evil Dead Rise — Late 2022

Sam Raimi’s legendary Evil Dead franchise will return to screens for the first time in years when Evil Dead Rise is related by HBOMax in 2022. Directed by acclaimed Irish helmer Lee Cronin, Evil Dead Rise is set to follow the story of Beth who must save her sister Ellie and Ellie’s three children when Deadites are unleashed in the basement of their high-rise apartment building. Notably absent from that description is franchise hero Bruce Campbell’s Ash, who barely appeared in 2013’s remake but whose surprise presence could ensure that Evil Dead Rise avoids becoming another tonally flawed misfire like Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2022.

Hellraiser — Late 2022

The exact release date of Hellraiser’s long-anticipated revival is not yet known, but the movie’s director and cast have been announced. Acclaimed horror helmer David Bruckner is the helmer tasked with making Pinhead scary again, while Doug Bradley is out in the role that made him famous. He will be replaced by Jamie Clayton, who will co-star alongside Odessa A’zion and Brandon Flynn. Set to be released on Hulu, Hellraiser will terrify viewers for the first time in years sometime in late 2022.

The Rest of 2022’s Big Horror Releases

While the titles listed above are most of 2022’s biggest remaining horrors, there are still plenty of smaller releases coming from the genre in the next few months. June sees the arrival of Spanish sci-fi horror The Passenger while September marks the return of Host helmer Rob Savage with DASHCAM, both of which tell creepy tales of a rideshare driver getting more than they bargained for when they pick up a mysterious woman on a remote road late at night. July sees a family reunion’s guests vanishing one by one in the enigmatic Neon Lights, while August sees The Night House’s Rebecca Hall return to the horror genre with the psychological thriller Resurrection.

Netflix’s animated horror-comedy Wendell & Wild, the much-delayed cult sequel Terrifier 2, the Irish horror-comedy Unwelcome, and the supernatural horror The Devil’s Light will all also arrive on VOD in late 2022. Between them, the trio of very different genre offerings nicely round out the year’s horror output with a classic paranormal scare-fest, an extremely gory hard-R slasher, and a kid-friendly cartoon horror. While they won’t be as huge as Nope and Evil Dead Rise in horror circles, these VOD horror movies will still prove that the genre has plenty to offer fans as 2022 comes to a close.


More information

Most Anticipated 2022 Horror Movies (Still To Come)

David Cronenberg’s first foray into body horror in twenty years is a major cinematic event both for hardened horror heads and casual fans of the genre. To celebrate, the legendary horror helmer has assembled an incredible cast for Crimes of the Future, including Viggo Mortensen, Kristen Stewart, and Lea Seydoux. Mortensen will play a performance artist displaying his body’s gruesome, revolutionary modifications in the near future while a mysterious group attempt to uncover the truth behind this aberrant evolution.
The Black Phone — June 24, 2022

Directed by Scott Derrickson, The Black Phone is an adaptation of Joe Hill’s short story of the same name. Where Hill’s most recent adaptation, NOS4A2, had to cut much of the sprawling novel’s subplots and lore, this movie is likely to face the opposite issue. Like many chilling tales found in Hill’s debut collection 20th Century Ghosts, The Black Phone‘s source story is a spartan exercise in suspense as a small boy attempts to escape the underground lair of a serial killer with nothing but the titular object to help him. According to early reviews, The Black Phone manages to make this disarmingly simple conceit terrifying, but only time will tell how successful the movie is.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr3’); });

Nope — July 22, 2022

Jordan Peele’s much-hyped return to horror, Nope, is one of 2022’s most mysterious releases. Nope‘s enigmatic trailer appears to depict a group of modern-day cowboys attempting to evade alien invaders, but the teaser doesn’t give away much in terms of the movie’s actual plot. Still, Get Out’s twists were foreshadowed by the spoiler-filled trailer, and the movie was still a huge hit, while Us gave away almost nothing in its marketing and proved similarly successful for Peele. As such, there is no reason to think this mysterious approach will be bad news for the heavily anticipated Nope.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr4’); });

Hypochondriac — July 29, 2022

After the big-budget, large-scale horror of Nope, there’s no better way to remind viewers that horror begins at home than with a Hereditary/Relic-esque family horror. Hypochondriac sees its protagonist, a seemingly content young potter, jeopardize his happy life, his relationship with his boyfriend, and his sanity when the return of his estranged mother causes past demons to resurface. A moving exploration of generational trauma is also an artsy, horror-fuelled nightmare, reminding viewers that The Haunting of Hill House‘s Mike Flanagan isn’t the only director who can find horror in the comfortable environs of happy families. Whether Hypochondriac will find as big an audience as that streaming success remains to be seen, although an impressive cast including Paget Brewster bodes well.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr5’); });

Salem’s Lot — September 9, 2022

Stephen King’s small-town vampire novel Salem’s Lot received a legendary TV miniseries adaptation from director Tobe Hooper in the late ’70s, but the bestseller never made it to the big screen until now. The story of the titular town being overrun by nocturnal bloodsuckers after the arrival of a mysterious antique dealer, Salem’s Lot is a sprawling tale with plenty of overlapping subplots that will be tough to compress into a theatrical movie. Still, Midnight Mass’s success proved a Salem’s Lot remake could work since audiences are still invested in vampire horror paired with character drama, so the movie may yet prove another huge hit for King.
Halloween Ends — October 14, 2022

Speaking of classic horror franchises derailed by recent entries, Halloween Ends will attempt to wrap up the new Halloween trilogy after the critical failure of 2021’s sequel Halloween Kills. While that flawed follow-up was largely derided as un-scary, thinly plotted, and overlong, 2018’s Halloween reboot was a critical and commercial success that proved the legendary slasher series still had some life left in it. Whether Michael and Laurie’s last stand will be a return to form or another disappointing outing will be decided in October 2022.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr-REPEAT6’); });

Evil Dead Rise — Late 2022

Sam Raimi’s legendary Evil Dead franchise will return to screens for the first time in years when Evil Dead Rise is related by HBOMax in 2022. Directed by acclaimed Irish helmer Lee Cronin, Evil Dead Rise is set to follow the story of Beth who must save her sister Ellie and Ellie’s three children when Deadites are unleashed in the basement of their high-rise apartment building. Notably absent from that description is franchise hero Bruce Campbell’s Ash, who barely appeared in 2013’s remake but whose surprise presence could ensure that Evil Dead Rise avoids becoming another tonally flawed misfire like Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2022.
Hellraiser — Late 2022

The exact release date of Hellraiser’s long-anticipated revival is not yet known, but the movie’s director and cast have been announced. Acclaimed horror helmer David Bruckner is the helmer tasked with making Pinhead scary again, while Doug Bradley is out in the role that made him famous. He will be replaced by Jamie Clayton, who will co-star alongside Odessa A’zion and Brandon Flynn. Set to be released on Hulu, Hellraiser will terrify viewers for the first time in years sometime in late 2022.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr-REPEAT7’); });

The Rest of 2022’s Big Horror Releases

While the titles listed above are most of 2022’s biggest remaining horrors, there are still plenty of smaller releases coming from the genre in the next few months. June sees the arrival of Spanish sci-fi horror The Passenger while September marks the return of Host helmer Rob Savage with DASHCAM, both of which tell creepy tales of a rideshare driver getting more than they bargained for when they pick up a mysterious woman on a remote road late at night. July sees a family reunion’s guests vanishing one by one in the enigmatic Neon Lights, while August sees The Night House’s Rebecca Hall return to the horror genre with the psychological thriller Resurrection.
Netflix’s animated horror-comedy Wendell & Wild, the much-delayed cult sequel Terrifier 2, the Irish horror-comedy Unwelcome, and the supernatural horror The Devil’s Light will all also arrive on VOD in late 2022. Between them, the trio of very different genre offerings nicely round out the year’s horror output with a classic paranormal scare-fest, an extremely gory hard-R slasher, and a kid-friendly cartoon horror. While they won’t be as huge as Nope and Evil Dead Rise in horror circles, these VOD horror movies will still prove that the genre has plenty to offer fans as 2022 comes to a close.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr-REPEAT8’); });

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1550597677810-0’); });

#Anticipated #Horror #Movies

Most Anticipated 2022 Horror Movies (Still To Come)

David Cronenberg’s first foray into body horror in twenty years is a major cinematic event both for hardened horror heads and casual fans of the genre. To celebrate, the legendary horror helmer has assembled an incredible cast for Crimes of the Future, including Viggo Mortensen, Kristen Stewart, and Lea Seydoux. Mortensen will play a performance artist displaying his body’s gruesome, revolutionary modifications in the near future while a mysterious group attempt to uncover the truth behind this aberrant evolution.
The Black Phone — June 24, 2022

Directed by Scott Derrickson, The Black Phone is an adaptation of Joe Hill’s short story of the same name. Where Hill’s most recent adaptation, NOS4A2, had to cut much of the sprawling novel’s subplots and lore, this movie is likely to face the opposite issue. Like many chilling tales found in Hill’s debut collection 20th Century Ghosts, The Black Phone‘s source story is a spartan exercise in suspense as a small boy attempts to escape the underground lair of a serial killer with nothing but the titular object to help him. According to early reviews, The Black Phone manages to make this disarmingly simple conceit terrifying, but only time will tell how successful the movie is.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr3’); });

Nope — July 22, 2022

Jordan Peele’s much-hyped return to horror, Nope, is one of 2022’s most mysterious releases. Nope‘s enigmatic trailer appears to depict a group of modern-day cowboys attempting to evade alien invaders, but the teaser doesn’t give away much in terms of the movie’s actual plot. Still, Get Out’s twists were foreshadowed by the spoiler-filled trailer, and the movie was still a huge hit, while Us gave away almost nothing in its marketing and proved similarly successful for Peele. As such, there is no reason to think this mysterious approach will be bad news for the heavily anticipated Nope.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr4’); });

Hypochondriac — July 29, 2022

After the big-budget, large-scale horror of Nope, there’s no better way to remind viewers that horror begins at home than with a Hereditary/Relic-esque family horror. Hypochondriac sees its protagonist, a seemingly content young potter, jeopardize his happy life, his relationship with his boyfriend, and his sanity when the return of his estranged mother causes past demons to resurface. A moving exploration of generational trauma is also an artsy, horror-fuelled nightmare, reminding viewers that The Haunting of Hill House‘s Mike Flanagan isn’t the only director who can find horror in the comfortable environs of happy families. Whether Hypochondriac will find as big an audience as that streaming success remains to be seen, although an impressive cast including Paget Brewster bodes well.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr5’); });

Salem’s Lot — September 9, 2022

Stephen King’s small-town vampire novel Salem’s Lot received a legendary TV miniseries adaptation from director Tobe Hooper in the late ’70s, but the bestseller never made it to the big screen until now. The story of the titular town being overrun by nocturnal bloodsuckers after the arrival of a mysterious antique dealer, Salem’s Lot is a sprawling tale with plenty of overlapping subplots that will be tough to compress into a theatrical movie. Still, Midnight Mass’s success proved a Salem’s Lot remake could work since audiences are still invested in vampire horror paired with character drama, so the movie may yet prove another huge hit for King.
Halloween Ends — October 14, 2022

Speaking of classic horror franchises derailed by recent entries, Halloween Ends will attempt to wrap up the new Halloween trilogy after the critical failure of 2021’s sequel Halloween Kills. While that flawed follow-up was largely derided as un-scary, thinly plotted, and overlong, 2018’s Halloween reboot was a critical and commercial success that proved the legendary slasher series still had some life left in it. Whether Michael and Laurie’s last stand will be a return to form or another disappointing outing will be decided in October 2022.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr-REPEAT6’); });

Evil Dead Rise — Late 2022

Sam Raimi’s legendary Evil Dead franchise will return to screens for the first time in years when Evil Dead Rise is related by HBOMax in 2022. Directed by acclaimed Irish helmer Lee Cronin, Evil Dead Rise is set to follow the story of Beth who must save her sister Ellie and Ellie’s three children when Deadites are unleashed in the basement of their high-rise apartment building. Notably absent from that description is franchise hero Bruce Campbell’s Ash, who barely appeared in 2013’s remake but whose surprise presence could ensure that Evil Dead Rise avoids becoming another tonally flawed misfire like Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2022.
Hellraiser — Late 2022

The exact release date of Hellraiser’s long-anticipated revival is not yet known, but the movie’s director and cast have been announced. Acclaimed horror helmer David Bruckner is the helmer tasked with making Pinhead scary again, while Doug Bradley is out in the role that made him famous. He will be replaced by Jamie Clayton, who will co-star alongside Odessa A’zion and Brandon Flynn. Set to be released on Hulu, Hellraiser will terrify viewers for the first time in years sometime in late 2022.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr-REPEAT7’); });

The Rest of 2022’s Big Horror Releases

While the titles listed above are most of 2022’s biggest remaining horrors, there are still plenty of smaller releases coming from the genre in the next few months. June sees the arrival of Spanish sci-fi horror The Passenger while September marks the return of Host helmer Rob Savage with DASHCAM, both of which tell creepy tales of a rideshare driver getting more than they bargained for when they pick up a mysterious woman on a remote road late at night. July sees a family reunion’s guests vanishing one by one in the enigmatic Neon Lights, while August sees The Night House’s Rebecca Hall return to the horror genre with the psychological thriller Resurrection.
Netflix’s animated horror-comedy Wendell & Wild, the much-delayed cult sequel Terrifier 2, the Irish horror-comedy Unwelcome, and the supernatural horror The Devil’s Light will all also arrive on VOD in late 2022. Between them, the trio of very different genre offerings nicely round out the year’s horror output with a classic paranormal scare-fest, an extremely gory hard-R slasher, and a kid-friendly cartoon horror. While they won’t be as huge as Nope and Evil Dead Rise in horror circles, these VOD horror movies will still prove that the genre has plenty to offer fans as 2022 comes to a close.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr-REPEAT8’); });

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1550597677810-0’); });

#Anticipated #Horror #Movies


Synthetic: Vik News

Vik News

I am the admin of Vik News, a blog created to give readers more useful information.

Trả lời

Email của bạn sẽ không được hiển thị công khai.

Back to top button