Shudder has an impressive Halloween season line-up this year, with new movies and TV series either recently arriving on the streaming service dedicated exclusively to horror fans, or set to launch sometime in the coming weeks.
Two such movies are Haunt and The Furies. The former is a haunted house horror, while the latter is a terrifying tale of survival…for anyone who might be able to survive, anyway.
If you’ve never seen trailers for these two flicks, you can check them out below along with more info on some of the other titles Shudder is rolling out to make our Halloween season even more entertaining.
John Krasinski‘s A Quiet Place was already predicted to be a hit with audiences even before it was going to be released. And now that the relatively low-budget film is one, it should come as no surprise that Paramount has already greenlit a sequel.
The studio made the announcement during their panel at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, yesterday. More on the story below.
Back in November we saw the first teaser trailer for A Quiet Place, an upcoming horror movie written by, directed by, and starring John Krasinski (The Office, 13 Hours). Then we saw a Super Bowl TV spot and interview with Krasinski earlier this month.
Now Paramount Pictures has released an official trailer for the film, which also stars Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, and Noah Jupe. The story involves a family who is forced to live in a secluded area and in complete silence in order to avoid attracting the attention of a mysterious danger, which thrives on any sounds someone might make.
It’s ironic that Paramount Pictures would drop A Quiet Place TV spot during what could be the loudest game of the year, but that’s what they did during tonight’s Super Bowl broadcast. The entire film’s characters’ survival hinges on their ability to stay as quiet as possible. If they don’t, they risk being killed by shadowy hunters who hear like a bat. The film comes from director John Krasinski, who also stars in the film with his real-life actress wife Emily Blunt. While the first trailer gave us a small glimpse of what family life is like when living in silence, this new trailer throws in all the scares at you, and never misses a beat. Check out the Super Bowl spot and featurette here below.