The Bye Bye Man — January 13
A take on modern urban legends (hello Slender Man murders), follows three college students who find themselves haunted by this subject of lore.
Split — January 20
We may not have been excited for an M. Night Shyamalan before last year’s but it seems the director has gotten his groove back and he’s ready to scare the crap out of us. is about a man with 23 different personalities (and the ability to change his body along with them) who holds three young girls hostage for what he refers to as “the beast”. As one of his personalities warns the girls: “He’s done awful things to people and he’ll do awful things to you.”
Rings — February 3
The highly-anticipated third movie in franchise is here, and it looks like it will be just as terrifying as the first two. Set 13 years later, deals with what happens Samara “gets” you.
A Cure For Wellness — February 17
follows a future where fitspo gets out of control. There’s a secluded “wellness spa” in the mountains where a lone man is sent to bring back his boss — before he’s diagnosed with the same “illness” as all the residents.
Get Out — February 24
An interracial couple spend the weekend at one of their family’s estates for the weekend. Things are definitely not what they seem.
The Belko Experiment — March 17
A modern day dystopia, could be the most unsettling movie of the year — just watch the trailer. It follows a group of 80 “non-profit employees” in a skyscraper in Columbia. The building is secured from the outside and the employees are ordered to turn on each other, or be killed.
Alien: Covenant — May 19
The trailer promises to live up to the hype of the original, and despite naysayers, we say reinventing iconic franchises is fun. Let’s just hope it delivers on the scares.
The Dark Tower — July 28
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