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Get Ready to Cringe, Jump and Scream — Your Guide to the Horror Movies of 2019!

When it comes to scaring the hell out of the audience, Hollywood has already gotten 2019 off to a solid start with films like Escape Room (a group of people think they’re having fun, but are fighting to survive), Happy Death Day 2U (Groundhog Day with gore, as a woman must die repeatedly at the hands of a masked killer to save her friends) and Jordan Peele’s Us (a family fights off a group of masked attackers who turn out to be them). And this is only the beginning.

In the months ahead, we watch potential victims fighting back against unbelievable forces, ranging from amphibious (sharks and alligators) to killer dolls (Child’s PlayAnnabelle Comes Home), zombies (The Dead Don’t Die, Zombieland: Double Tap), the dark side of super beings (Brightburn, The New Mutants), and Stephen King (no less than three movies!).

Given the reaction to Us, we’re obviously primed to be scared. As Peele has commented, “The best and scariest monsters in the world are human beings and what we are capable of, especially when we get together. These innately human monsters are woven into the fabric of how we think and how we interact.”

To see what he means, please scroll down for the guide to the Horror Films of 2019. 

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