The Top Horror News for December 14th 2019
Here are the news highlights from the week that was December 14th 2019.
Shudder gives us a January sneak peak
If your New Year’s resolution is to watch more incredible horror, you’ve come to the right place. January serves up an unbeatable lineup featuring THE DEAD LANDS, a Māori supernatural action-adventure series set in a mythical New Zealand past, the exclusive streaming premieres of untamed Australian horror THE MARSHES and arthouse-meets-grindhouse masterpiece BLISS, and great new additions to the Shudder library that include two bold, inventive takes on the demon genre with LUZ and DEMON, and cult favorites like THE MONSTER SQUAD and the restored TAMMY AND THE T-REX gore cut.
The 3rd Conjuring movie gets a new title
So the third Cojuring movie is helmed by Michael Chaves who recently directed La Llorona which was not great. but with the title and the description we still have hope.
“The Devil Made Me Do It reveals a chilling story of terror, murder and unknown evil that shocked even experienced real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. One of the most sensational cases from their files, it starts with a fight for the soul of a young boy, then takes them beyond anything they’d ever seen before, to mark the first time in U.S. history that a murder suspect would claim demonic possession as a defense.”
VFW gets a trailer and comes to Panic Fest
The good folks over at Panic Fest announced lots more programming including a screening of the Fangoria feature VFW. Entertainment Weekly also carried a trailer for the movie which features, Mutants, Drugs and Veterans who are sick of their shit. It should be a good time.
The final trailer for Antlers reveals more of the creature
The final terrifying trailer dropped for Nick Antosca’s Antlers. There is a lot going on with this trailer but what we don’t get is a a straight up creature reveal. We get a passing mention of a Wendigo which is pretty bad ass but mostly its the same dim, creepy ambiance and little kid telling his story that would make any teacher cry in empathy.
Tyler has been the editor in chief of Signal Horizon since its conception. He is also the Director of Monsters 101 at Truman State University a class that pairs horror movie criticism with survival skills to help middle and high school students learn critical thinking. When he is not watching, teaching or thinking about horror he is the Director of Debate and Forensics at a high school in Kansas City, Missouri.