Howdy, folks! It’s Sunday, which means it’s time for the horror haul, our regular round-up and one-stop-shop for all things horror. This week in horror news, Annabelle: Creation blasts Warner Bros. and New Line’s growing The Conjuring universe past $1 Billion at the box office, Anya Taylor-Joy reunites with her The Witch director Robert Eggers for his upcoming Nosferatu remake, the Lovecraft-inspired open-world investigative video game The Sinking City lands a publisher, and Rob Zombie signs on to head up HDNET’s 13 Nights of Halloween.
Elsewhere, we’ve got a big haul of new horror trailers this week, including an English Language trailer for the Inside remake, the TIFF contender Pyewacket, the FrightFest slasher Ruin Me, and more. In the realm of TV, we’ve also got new looks at Channel Zero: No-End House and Jordskott Season 2.
For all the horror news we’ve already covered on the site this week, you can click through the links below. Then, check out other genre highlights from the week and finish it all up with a rundown of the week in horror movie trailers. For more, be sure to hit up Collider Nightmares, our round-up of the best horror movies on Netflix, the best horror movies on Amazon Prime, and our regularly updated Horror Movie Release Dates Calendar. Thanks for tuning in, and sound off in the comments with your thoughts, questions, and other horror musings.
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