Horror Movies Being Released in 2019

Horror Movies Being Released in 2019

Horrorific content by dusan on March 23rd, 2019 | Horror Lists |

The amount of horror movies announced for 2019 has reached its peak. Apart from the sequels and remakes there will also be some original new stories so get ready to enjoy. Here at Allhorror we are interested in hearing what horror titles are you most excited about, and at the end I will add a bonus one that I have been waiting for a long time. The list will not contain any horror movies that have already been released.


Let us start the list with Jordan Peele’s Us (2019). This psychological horror is set to hit the big screens March 22, 2019. For now, all the information we have is that a family is being tormented by their evil doppelgangers. We are aware that it already premiered on the SXSW festival but most of us are waiting the nationwide release (no spoilers please!).



Next one is coming out April 5, 2019 and is directed by a duo. Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch are bringing us a remake of the popular 80’s horror. We are talking about Pet Sematary (2019), and we are keeping our fingers crossed for this one.



Based on a true story, we have Hillary Duff playing Sharon Tate in the days before the murder. We dive into Satanism, occult and madness in The Haunting of Sharon Tate (2019). The release date is also set on April 5.



The third film, coming out in the US on 5th of April is The Head Hunter. This fantasy revenge horror set in medieval times was already premiered on various film festivals and it got some good reviews.



For fans of western horrors we have The Wind. Isolated in the prairie a woman faces supernatural forces that also live there. The film was already premiered on a large number of film festivals and it is coming to stream after 5th of April.



On April 19, 2019 we have The Curse of La Llorona. In this supernatural horror, a weeping woman’s spirit curses a family and sets out to take the children.



Next up, coming May 24th, we have Brightburn. Director David Yarovesky (known for his memento style horror The Hive) is bringing us a story where a powerful child from another world might choose to be something other than a hero.



On the final day of May, we have a horror movie with an interesting concept. An older woman helps out some teens by buying them liquor and supplying them a place to party. The thing is, the old lady is not quite right in her head. Tate Taylor and Blumhouse give us Ma (2019).



Child’s play remake is coming out in June. From what we have seen in the trailer this one is taking a new turn with a sinister manufacturing error in the ‘Buddi’ dolls. I am thinking ‘I Robot’ but with thousands of Chucky dolls killing everyone in their path.



Annabelle Comes Home (2019) is going to be a direct sequel to the first Annabelle installment. Both Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga have confirmed to return in Annabelle 3 so fans of the Conjuring franchise can continue to enjoy this acting duo as they keep the evil spirits and possessed items locked away in their home.



Now here is where things get more intense. Starting in August we have three horror movies coming to us. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) is based on the late Alvin Schwartz’s children’s book series. It first dropped four short trailers during the Superbowl and fans of the book can’t wait to see this one.



Ari Aster, the mastermind behind Hereditary, has prepared another treat for us. Midsommar (2019) is a psychological drama horror set in Sweden during their eight day festival. It is about a couple that goes on a summer road trip that ends up at an isolated Swedish village.



Shark horror fanatics can enjoy 47 Meters Down: Uncaged that will come out this year 16th of August. It was directed by Johannes Roberts, who also directed the 2016 supernatural The Other Side of the Door and the 2018 home invasion horror The Strangers: Prey at Night.



Get ready to watch Pennywise the clown meet up with our gang from the Losers Club. It has been 27 years and the evil has returned. It: Chapter Two is still missing an official trailer but be sure to continue checking out our news posts as we will surely post all of the upcoming details concerning this horror movie. Release date is set for September 6th.



Zombieland: Double Tap will have the same release date 11 October as it did 10 years ago for the original. We are still waiting for the official trailer, but we know the zombies are evolving. For more info on the movie, you can go here.


We could call the year 2019, the year of Stephen King movies. Aside from It: Chapter 2 and Pet Sematary, in November we are getting a worldwide release of Doctor Sleep so any fan of King will surely be excited. We just hope this book adaptation catches the true atmosphere of Stephen King’s mind as we discover what happens with Dan Torrence (kid from The Shining) now that he is all grown up.


As promised at the beginning it is time for the bonus. It was supposed to be just one movie but then I remembered another true gem that I have been waiting for. Both of the films are announced for 2019 but unfortunately they are still missing a release date so these are still uncertain.


3 from Hell (2019) still in post-production, but there were rumors it will come out 31 October. All we can do is sit and wait to see what Rob Zombie prepared for us this time.


Only one more to go, and we all know one shark movie is not enough for a horror movie list so I present to you Sky Sharks. Not much to tell here except name some of the most notable actors from the film: Tony Todd, Robert LaSardo, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (Shang Tsung from Mortal Kombat) and Naomi Grossman. Now that you know this, I am sure many of us can’t wait for this upcoming nazi, zombie, gore, shark comedy horror!



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