Despite all this, 2020 saw the release of several quality horror films. 2021, somehow, seems even better for horror fans. Here are some Hollywood horror movies that you should keep in mind for this year.
Last night in soho
Hurted by someone else’s past, but we will see you in the future … It is true, #LastNightInSoho Kovid 19 is not yet completely finished. But, I am excited for all of you to experience this on April 23, 2021, on a big screen near you. @LastNightInSoho @FocusFeatures @universaluk pic.twitter.com/zmPnAZICkb
– edgarwright (@edgarwright) May 26, 2020
An Edgar Wright directorial will mark the last appearance of the late icon Diana Rigg in Last Night Soho. A psychological horror film, it also stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Thomasine Harcourt McKenzie, Matt Smith and Terence Stamp. The film is said to be inspired by films like Don’t Look Now. It takes place in London of the 1960s. Last Night in Soho will also be released on April 23, 2021.
Although not ostensibly scary, Morbius is based on a Marvel character of the same name. Jared Leto plays the role of a man who transforms himself into a vampire to cure a rare blood disease. The character has been a part of horror stories in Marvel comics, and we expect to see at least a few on the big screen. The film will be released on 19 March.
Darren Lynn Boosman’s next installment in the Spiral Saw franchise and features Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson. It investigates a group of grisly murders and a mysterious serial killer. Spiral will be released on May 21, 2021.
Don’t breathe 2
Don’t Breath 2 is the sequel to the 2016 horror thriller film Don’t Breath. The native had three children who had sneaked into the secluded house of a blind elder, thinking it would be an easy task. Go in and pick up the money. If the vet wakes up, cool it down and run away. However, they were in for a terrible surprise. In the sequel, Stephen Lang reprized the role of the veteran. It will be released on 13 August.
Candyman is a direct sequel to the original Candiman film released in 1992. The film and franchise is based on the titular ghostly entity, a 19th-century African-American man who was beaten, mutated, and fed by bees to stain honey. Body. All for his involvement in an interracial relationship. He will kill the person who calls his name in front of the mirror five times. Candiaman, directed by Nia DaCosta, is based on Clive Barker’s short story, titled August 27.
A Leh Janiak directorial, Fear Street is based on the compositions of the popular children’s horror writer RL Stine. The story involves a group of teenagers who feel that the horrific events in their Ohio city are interconnected, and they may be the next targets. The trilogy will be released one month after another. There is no release date yet.