Category Horror

The Conjuring- The Devil Made Me Do It

File Warren: Forced by the devil tells a new case of the marriage of demonologists formed by Ed and Lorraine Warren, which will begin with the fight for the soul of a young man possessed, and then take them to something far beyond anything they would have seen, and it will be the first time in US history that a murder defendant alleged demonic possession as a defense...

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Last Night in Soho

A young woman in love with fashion design is mysteriously capable of transporting herself to the 1960s, where she will meet her idol, then an aspiring singer...

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Fantasy Island

After winning a contest, a group of very different people have been chosen to visit a luxurious and exclusive resort on a remote tropical island. The special thing about this establishment, led by the mysterious Mr. Roarke, is that it will allow them to make each of their fantasies come true or amend past mistakes. However, their dreams will soon become their worst nightmare, so they will have to unite and discover the secret that is hidden in this place to save their lives. The Blumhouse factory rescues from oblivion the mythical television series of the 70s The island of fantasy and turns it into a horror movie that enters the dark side of the dreams of a group of people who, shortly after reaching a Idyllic resort, you will see how these become your worst nightmare. Jeff Wadlow (Truth or dare), a man of confidence in the house, directs this thriller that revolves around the classic “beware of what you want” and is based on the contrast between the idyllic environment where it takes place and the real emotions of his characters . In this way, the spirit of the original material remains intact in this Fantasy Island that, as its footage progresses, develops in parallel the different motivations of its protagonists (from revenge against someone from the past, to living a life that could not be) that will put them to the limit and will make them evolve in this twisted and disturbing version of their desires. Lucy Hale (Scream 4), Maggie Q. (The Divergent Series: Loyal), Michael Peña (Dora and the Lost City), Michael Rooker (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol...

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A Quiet Place 2

After what happened at home, the Abbot family now face the horror of the outside world...

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Bliss

Independent horror film that follows in the footsteps of a woman who, in her obsession to complete her particular masterpiece, will enter a world of sex, drugs and murders in the most sordid part of Los Angeles...

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Underwater

Kristen Stewart leads the crew of underwater facilities that, after an accident, get trapped at the bottom of the sea...

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The Grudge

Peter Spencer is the real estate agent who is responsible for selling the house on Reyburn Street where some truculent murders occurred. The strange experience that lives there leads him to contact Detective Muldoon, who will help solve the long chain of horrors that surrounds this macabre place, and that seems to proceed from Japan. However, they will soon discover that they themselves have been infected with this curse that leaves behind an insatiable thirst for violence and revenge. More than 15 years after bringing the Japanese horror classic to The Curse to Hollywood, producer and director Sam Raimi sponsors a new remake of the one in The Curse. Nicolas Pesce (Piercing), one of the emerging talents of the genre, puts himself at the helm of this production that directly connects with the trilogy of the first decade of the 2000s, but at the same time offers a revolutionary new point of view. In this way, the scares and disturbing atmosphere characteristic of the saga are once again the strengths of a film that plays with different timelines to form a gloomy puzzle that the viewer must solve with its protagonists: a real estate agent and a detective who they will end up wrapped in this spiral of vindictive spirits and unexplained deaths. John Cho (Searching) and Andrea Riseborough (Mandy) lead the distribution of this film with greater doses of blood and violence than their predecessors. The cast completes the Oscar nominees Jacki Weaver (Better than ever) and Demián Bichir (The Nun), as well as the terror diva Lin Shaye (Insidious...

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Ready or Not

Grace is a girl of humble origins who falls in love with Alex Le Domas, the son of a wealthy family that has built her empire around board games. The courtship ends in an opulent wedding at the Le Domas mansion. Everything is going well until Grace receives the invitation to participate with her eccentric political relatives in an ancestral tradition. When, without knowing it, choose the hiding card, the young woman will have to remain hidden and play a game where if she loses, she dies. In his second feature film, the duo formed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpiny Tyler Gillett (The Devil’s Heir) intends to break the molds of survival. Between terror and black comedy, the filmmakers turn the mansion of a billionaire clan of the board games industry into a gigantic board where the bloodiest and most chilling hideaway game of all time is fought. The eccentricities of the rich and the fears that emerge just before being part of a new (and sometimes almost unknown) family take a fun and perverse twist on their wedding night. The protagonist is a young woman of humble origins who, after marrying one of the heirs of this empire, will have to consummate her adhesion to him through a strange ritual: to survive a human hunt that will take her to the physical and emotional limit. Samara Weaving (Three ads in the suburbs) and Mark O’Brien (Bad times in El Royale) are the fleeing couple of this film full of irony, scares and violence...

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Doctor Sleep

Dan Torrance has become an alcoholic adult who has not forgotten the horror he lived at the Overlook Hotel. His life changes when he meets Abra, a young woman who, like him, has “the glow.” The girl asks for help against Rose la Chistera, leader of a mysterious group, called The True Knot, which feeds on children with this gift to achieve immortality. In this life-and-death battle, Abra’s innocence and courage will encourage Dan to challenge the ghosts of his past. In 1977, Stephen King wrote The Shining, his third novel that, over time, became a must-have of horror literature. Three years later, the master Stanley Kubrick adapted this story in a film that, although he did not finish to excite King, became history as one of the most disturbing and disturbing of all time. Now the cycle is repeated with Doctor Sueño, a late sequel written by the genius of Maine and published in 2013 that, by the hand of promising director and screenwriter Mike Flanagan (Ouija: The origin of evil), makes the leap to the big screen. Ewan McGregor (Christopher Robin) plays an adult, alcoholic and irascible version of Danny Torrance, that child with sensory powers who tricycle the sinister halls of the Overlook Hotel, in a film that attempts to capture the spirit of King’s work and, at the same time, respect the heritage and the most emblematic scenarios of the Kubrick classic. Beyond the typical scares of the genre a psychological thriller is developed, with a strong supernatural component, where its insane atmosphere and a tension that increases in crescents cause a gradual restlessness in the spectator...

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It Chapter Two

Although the small town of Derry has almost forgotten it, those who long ago formed the Losers Club still have that twenty-seven-year-old summer in which they faced the sadistic clown Pennywise. When Mike, the only one who stayed in town, warns them that there are new murders and that “that” has returned, the old gang, now made up of adults who lost contact, will have to meet again and face the trauma that marked them for life. Pennywise, the evil clown who terrorized several generations in the remembered 90’s miniseries and, above all, Stephen King’s memorable novel, is back. In It: Chapter 2, Andrés Muschietti (Mamá) completes the successful journey that began in 2017 with It, the highest grossing horror film of all time, in a film that addresses the part of the story where the children of the Club de los Losers, turned into traumatized adults, are forced to return to their hometown for a new and definitive confrontation against evil. The epic and terror, which reaches a new level here, are the main drivers of a film that, unlike its predecessor, is closer to the narrative structure of King’s work to play with two timelines: when the protagonists They were children and in adulthood. The result is a feature film that, again, combines humor, mystery, adventure, love, friendship and an ode to the power of imagination with scenes that freeze the spectator’s blood...

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