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Upcoming Horror Films in 2017

Hello, hell hounds. If you're like me, you want to be in the know about all of the sinister, frightening, gory, and macabre movies that have already come out that you've missed, and the ones yet to come so that you don't miss those as well.

Well, guess what? I've scoured and dug deep in the abyss of movie making to find these gems. Trust me, minions, there's a little something for every twisted taste this year, including some blockbusters. I'm sure it's not an exhaustive list, but it should help stave off those horror movie hunger pangs.

Island of the Dolls
Release: ? 2017

After the mysterious 1950's murders, which happened upon the infamous Island of the Dolls, a modern-day British journalist, Emily has been assigned to research and uncover the truth of the unspoken event. With the assistance of her photographer friend and several Mexican locals, they travel to the mysterious island, and soon discover the danger of which awaits them. Despite some spooky…
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Trick 'r Treat is a 2007 horror anthology film, written and directed by Michael Dougherty. It stars Anna Paquin, Brian Cox, Dylan Baker, Rochelle Aytes, Lauren Lee Smith, and Leslie Bibb.

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