5 upcoming horror films to watch out for in 2019

It's dark, foggy and spooky and there's a selection of horror films to watch, coming soon. [Image Pixabay]
It's dark, foggy and spooky and there's a selection of horror films to watch, coming soon. [Image Pixabay]

There is something for every fan's taste in this selection of upcoming horror movies, coming to a cinema near you in the first half of 2019.

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5 new horror movies coming out in 2019

Horror fans have plenty to look forward to this year and there is something for every taste. Among the offerings below, a new teaser trailer is included for the second adaptation of Stephen King's horror novel "Pet Sematary." We also see Lupita Nyong’o as the mother of a family that is threatened, well, by themselves.

A terrifying ghost comes back to steal children, while a couple takes in a baby anti-superhero from outer space and then there's Godzilla, back again and bigger and uglier than ever.

Watch the trailers for a selection of this year's horror movies below.


'Pet Sematary' - 5 April 2019

A new teaser trailer has been released for the upcoming new adaptation of Stephen King’s horror book “Pet Sematary.” It stars John Lithgow as the neighbour and Jason Clark and Amy Seimetz as the parents of two children who move to a country home close to a pet burial ground. The scary 15-second trailer briefly introduces us to Zelda, Rachel’s sister and while brief, definitely highlights the horror of the story. The words "sometimes dead is better" resound once again.


'Us' - 15 March 2019

Written and directed by Jordan Peele (“Get Out”), the cast includes Lupita Nyong’o, Elisabeth Moss (“Handmaid’s Tale”), Winston Duke and Yahya Abdul-Mateen. The family goes on holiday at their beach house, but another family joins them – and they look exactly like them. It gets really terrifying when the doppelganger family attacks.

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