Horror movies you need to see this summer


Need some bone-chilling entertainment this summer? Starting with the terrifying drama “The Intruder” starring Meagan Good and Michael Ealy. When a young couple buys their dream home on several acres of land, they don’t know the horror that awaits them, thanks to the psycho former owner who refuses to let go of the property. The movie hits theaters on May 3, 2019. Keep reading for more horror-licious films you can’t miss this summer…

“The Curse of La Llorona” hit theaters on April 19, 2019, but you can still catch it in theaters if you haven’t seen it yet. This horror film starring Linda Cardellini and Patricia Velasquez is on the Mexican legend of a mother who drowned her own children and took her own life, only to spend eternity hunting for more children to murder. It’s sure to make parents hug their kids and keep their windows and doors tightly locked.

OK, just because “Us” technically opened in March doesn’t mean we’re not going to watch it again this summer, especially since it’s available digitally on June 4 and comes out on demand and on DVD and Blu-ray on June 18. This incredible horror film from cinematic mastermind Jordan Peele stars Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke and Evan Alex as a family that heads to the beach for what they hope will be a relaxing vacation. But instead of hanging 10 and having fun, they find nothing but terror when their doppelgangers turn up and try to murder them.

Are you as excited about this remake as we are? Based on the 1988 original, “Child’s Play” is getting a new life in 2019 with a brand new cast that includes “Legion” and “Parks and Recreation” star Aubrey Plaza in a starring role and “Star Wars” actor Mark Hamill as the voice of Chucky. This modern version, which arrives in theaters on June 21, promises to introduce a new era of horror fans to the nail-biting terror of a murderous doll named Chucky who’s given to a boy as a present by his unwitting mother.

All you had to say was “Octavia Spencer” and we were sold. In the horror flick “Ma,” the Oscar-winning actress plays Sue Ann, a seemingly friendly older woman who forms an unlikely friendship with a group of party-happy teens. In a horrific twist, the kids find out too late that Sue Ann isn’t very cool at all and probably wants to murder them. You can find out what happens next when “Ma” opens in theaters on May 31.

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