6 rebooted horror movies to be released in 2020

Hollywood filmmakers are entering the era of reviving classic films to bring the old experience under a new coat for the new generation of viewers.


Release date: January 3, 2020


Part 4 of the series about Kayako will be officially released at the beginning of 2020. Instead of a sequel to the story of "The Grudge" series, "Grudge" will be the official reboot from Sam Raimi this time. This also marks his return and Robert Tapert after being absent from the production role in "The Grudge 3". Grudge will be led by director Nicolas Pesce and scriptwriter Jeff Buhler.

The Invisible Man

Release date: March 13, 2020


The "The Invisible Man" remake of the project actually began in 2007 by screenwriter David S. Goyer. However, after 4 years, the film has not prospered, until officially joining Dark Universe. However, when the project continued to be unfinished when "The Mummy" was produced, it was not until January 2019 that Blumhouse decided to bring "The Invisible Man" back, and assigned Leigh Whannell to direct and write the script. The Invisible Man "this time will be a new adaptation from the novel by H. G. Wells and based in part on the cult film production of 1933.


Release date: May 15, 2020


Part 9 of the cult series "Saw" is expected to be titled "The Organ Donor", and will be the title of an independent storyline from "Jigsaw" (2017) but still follows the spirit and the main storyline of the whole series from 2004 up to now. The film will be based on a story written by Chris Rock comedian in a relatively new perspective.


Release date: June 12, 2020


After the success of horror movies such as "Get Out" and "Us", Jordan Peele is strongly reviving the Candyman project with a new part in a slightly spiritual direction. Previously, "Candyman" debuted in 1992, based on the short story "The Forbidden" of Clive Barker. After the first part, the series expanded two more parts but did not resonate.

Halloween Kills

Release date: October 16, 2020


After months of speculation and rumors, Blumhouse has officially announced not only one, but two new movies about murder Michael Myers after the success of "Halloween 2018". "Halloween Kills” and “Halloween Ends" will be officially released in October of 2020 and 2021. Davin Gordon Green will return to be a film director and Danny McBride will also act as a scriptwriter.


Release date: not yet determined


The plan to remake the movie "Hellraiser" has been planned for many years, when the latest film "Hellraiser: Judgment" in 2018 was a big defeat. Therefore, a true reboot is necessary for this popular series in the 90s, with the script being handled by David S. Goyer - the famous scriptwriter of “The Dark Knight”.

By: Kelly Jonas

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