The Biggest Horror Movies and Events of 2019 – Scare Guy

It’s 2019 and the Scare Guys are back for another year of all things Scary Fun. Tonight we
preview 2019’s most anticipated horror films, the can’t miss haunted attractions, and the biggest scare
conventions in the country. Get ready for a Scary Good year.

Popcorn Talk Network, the online broadcast network that features movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary proudly presents “The ScareGuys Horror Show”. Breaking down some of the best horror films and aspects of the Genre leading up to Halloween!

It’s our 2018 year in review—we review the best films, TV, events, and haunts. PLUS, we preview some of new Christmas haunted attractions of the holiday season. This week on the final Scare Guy show of the year.

Tonight’s Contributors: Jim Frye @conguyjim, Luke Cheeseman @CheeseOnCouch, Kari Lane @KariDLane,  Katie Kawamoto @Kt_Christine, Ben Kliewer @benkliewer, Derek Samms @conguyderek

 Summer 2020 for Ghostbusters 3! Jason Reitman directing.
 Lost Boys series on The CW
 Netflix producing Resident Evil series
 Dark Delicacies horror shop is moving because of high rent. It’s Go Fundme was a big success,
drawing Gillermo del Torro and a number of top names in horror.
 Channel Zero on Syfy has been canceled after 4 seasons.
 CBS developing series called EVIL, about a skeptical female clinical psychologist and a priest-in-
training who investigate supernatural phenomena. Sound familiar?
 Cassandra Peterson, aka, Elvira, hinted on Instagram that she’s working on bringing back her TV
series Movie Macabre, possibly to Netflix. And maybe even another film.
 Universal and Blumhouse are developing an Invisible Man movie, with Insidious and Saw
mastermind Leigh Whannel attached to direct. Which means it will probably be scary, unlike
Universal’s Mummy, starring Tom Cruise. Also, it doesn’t have to be part of a shared universe.
Was supposed to star Johnny Depp, but that seems unlikely. Count me happy in this development.


Topic: Upcoming
 Jan. 25-29: Hauntcon & Halloween Party Expo, New Orleans, LA
 March 8-10: Monster-Mania Con, Cherry Hill, New Jersey
 March 15-17: Horror Hound Weekend, Cincinatti, OH
 March 22-24: Spooky Empire, Orlando FL
 April 14: Monsterpalooza, Pasadena, CA
 May 3-5: Texas Frightmare Weekend, Dallas, TX
 June 8-9: Ghostbusters Fan Fest, Sony Pictures Backlot, Culver City, CA
 Aug. 3-4: Midsummer Scream, Long Beach, CA
 Aug. ? – ScareLA ….. not sure if it’s happening.

 Oct. 3-13: Salem Horror Fest, Salem, MA
 Oct. : Spooky Empire, Orlando, FL

 Halloween Horror Nights: Hollywood & Orlando: Sept. 6
 Knotts Scary Farm – dates announced this summer
 Queen Mary
 Warner Bros Backlot – Horror Made Here

Topic 2019 MOVIES

 February 7 – The Prodigy
 Feb 8 – St. Agatha
 February 20 – Happy Death Day 2 U (moved from Feb 14 b/c of Parkland shooting)
 Feb. 22 – The Turning (based on Turning of the Screw)
 March 15 – Us
 Apr. 5 – Pet Semetary
 April 12 – Hellboy, minus Gillermo del Torro and Ron Perlman
 Apr. 19 – The Curse of La Llorona

 May 24 – Brigthburn staring Elizabeth Banks, produced by James Gunn… was supposed to be
launched at last year’s Comic-Con, but Gunn’s firing changed things. A baby crash lands from
outerspace, and is evil.
 June 21 – Grudge (the remake) – JUST ANNOUNCED, moving to 2020.
 June 21 – Child’s Play
 Aug. 2 – The New Mutants, final Fox X-Men film, a super-hero horror film
 July 3 – Untitled Annabelle Film, the doll goes after the Warren’s 10-year-old daughter.
 Aug. 9 – Midsommer – with Toni Collette, director Ari Astor’s followup to Hereditary,
Americans vacationing in Scandinavia and a pagan cult. Sounds right up his alley.

 Aug. 9 – Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark
 Sept. 6 – It: Chapter Two
 Oct. 11 – Zombieland 2
 Oct. 11 – Are You Afraid of the Dark? (from the Nickelodeon 90s show)

Unknown dates:
 3 From Hell (sequel to the Devil’s Rejects)
 47 Meters Down: Uncaged
 Velvet Buzzsaw (Netflix)
 Polaroid
 Rabid:
 The Boy 2
 In the Tall Grass – based on Stephen King novel
 Extremely Wicket, Shockingly Evil and Vile at Sundance – later this year


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