字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - [Woman] I'm sorry. - What else did you touch? - Everything. (upbeat music) - Even though Fright Hype has shifted a bit and lately we've been doing a lot of deeper dives into topics like horror hosts and reboots there's a lot of great horror on the way. And sometimes it's nice to do a good old fashioned here's a bunch of stuff that's coming up episode. Now we're still more that a year away from The Conjuring 3 but the franchise has expanded and before we see the third Conjuring film we'll actually get the third installment in the spinoff Annabelle series and this one will actually blur the lines a bit as writer director Gary Dauberman has brought Annabelle home to the Warren's Museum. Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson reprise their roles as Lorraine and Ed but based on the trailer the film seems to focus on their daughter played by McKenna Grace who you may have recognized from Mike Doherty's insanely good The Haunting of Hill House. When one of her babysitters sneaks down into her parents' big room of possessed stuff she finds a creepy doll locked away and promptly lets it out because of course she does. You could see how that works out for her on June 27th. Speaking of creepy dolls, I touched on the remake of Child's Play a couple of months ago. And while there's still some contention with this reboot since it comes while the original Chucky timeline is still going strong under creator Don Mancini with the television series on the way. The new installment got a huge boost off the news that their version of Chucky will be voiced by Mark Hamill who was good as Luke Skywalker but was better as the Joker. Now the unpopular opinion is that I'm okay with both versions and the fact that a reboot is happening while the series is ongoing, might just finally prove to people that remaking movies doesn't make the other versions go away. You can see Child's Play on or plan your protest for June 21st. While we are on remakes The Craft is gonna be getting one. Blumhouse is producing with actress Zoe Lister Jones moving behind the camera to write and direct the film. This one is still a ways out but look for more as it comes. For my next segue watch as I seamlessly move from a remake of a 90s classic to an adaptation of a book series from the 80s that I read in the 90s. Like I said, seamless. Being terrified by Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is a bit of a right of passage of horror fans. But it wasn't even the collection of Alvin Schwartz's short stories as much as it was Stephen Gammell's accompanying art work. That art work looks to be translating surprisingly well for the screen in Andre Ovredal's adaptation. We've seen some teasers and a trailer that seemed to confirm that the film will somehow manage to capture the disturbing imagery of the books. So yay. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark makes it way to the screens on August ninth which is a little less than a month ahead of what is, based on the way things went in 2017 going to be the biggest horror event of the year. We haven't seen any footage of IT Chapter Two as of right now but since a clip has screened at CinemaCon it seems likely that we'll be teased with a trailer soon. Not soon enough but soon. But you don't have to wait until the summer for all your horror. The Curse of La Llorona, based on the Mexican legend of the Weeping Woman and set within the Conjuring universe is coming on April 19th. Starring Linda Cardellini, Raymond Cruise and Patricia Velasquez. The eerie tale is the first film of the Conjuring universe to not spin off from one of the previous installments the way Annabelle or The Nun did. So I'm anxious to see exactly how they tie it in. Like I said you can find out on April 19th. So what upcoming horror has you most excited? Let us know in the comments and remember Fright Hype and Crypt TV are all over the internet. Until next time keep the horror on the screen and off the streets. I'll see you then.