Moviegoers can rejoice that horror is back in the mainstream.
But there are still a few movies, most of them mediocre, that are still killing it in theaters, with grosses that are approaching the $500 million mark.
Here are some new horror films that have found success, with some of them hitting their first home movies in theaters.
Some of the best ones have a big, budgeted star who plays a big role in the movie, like Wes Craven, who starred in the new movie “Black Mass.”
This movie will be a hit with kids and adults alike.
If you’re looking for a good old-fashioned horror movie, this is it.
The Dark Tower by Nikolaj Arcel is a sci-fi horror movie set in the present day, set in a dystopian world where there are no humans.
It stars Idris Elba as Roland Deschain, a mysterious man who is haunted by visions of a long-dead warrior, and Tessa Thompson as a woman who is trapped in a past life and must learn to survive.
The sequel to “The Dark Tower” is out now.
“Black-Man” by Daniel Craig stars Matt Damon as a black man who finds himself being hunted by a group of men in the streets of New York City.
The movie was directed by Joe Wright and stars Dominic Cooper as a young man who wants to make a name for himself in the world of crime.
It’s about a guy who becomes involved with a group called the Black-Man’s League, led by his ex-girlfriend.
The film has grossed $3.5 million so far.
“The Man in the High Castle” by Sam Raimi stars Matt Bomer as a man who goes into hiding after being fired from his job and must find a way to keep his secret from his wife.
He ends up meeting his future wife in the sewers of a post-apocalyptic future, but is trapped there with a dead man who had a past that he wants to keep hidden.
The director is Joe Wright.
The Man in Black 2 by Michael Mann is a horror movie that centers on a man trying to find his way back to his family after he’s been killed by a mysterious stranger.
The plot is pretty convoluted, and Mann has a pretty good track record when it comes to creating good horror films.
It was directed and stars John Goodman as a father who returns to his old life after the death of his daughter, who he lost to a strange man.
It is one of the top grossing horror films of all time, and it’s out now on Netflix.
“Crimson Peak” by Matthew McConaughey stars Matthew McConnaughey as a retired FBI agent and his wife who has returned to their small rural town after being buried in a mysterious grave.
They’re just trying to get through the day, but they find themselves embroiled in an odd relationship that threatens to unravel the whole family.
The story revolves around two men, John and Tom, who are searching for answers about the disappearance of a young woman, whose body was found on the outskirts of town, and a young boy who vanished into the woods.
“I’m Still Here” by Robert Rodriguez stars Javier Bardem as a doctor who comes to the realization that he’s in love with a young girl who is being kept alive in a facility.
He is convinced that she is his daughter and is determined to take her back home.
The two men find themselves in a desperate situation as they attempt to save their daughter and bring her home.
“Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” by Ben Stiller stars Matt Dillon as a family of two children who are growing up and living in an apartment complex.
The three kids are trying to make ends meet while their parents are gone.
The main character, Mike, is a drug addict and the main character is an alcoholic, and the movie is about how they are trying desperately to live in a world that treats them like garbage.
“House of the Dead” by Kevin Hart stars Ben Stills, Jennifer Garner, and John Leguizamo as the three siblings of a family who move into an apartment building in the heart of New Orleans.
They soon find themselves under siege by gangs of zombies, and are forced to find a solution that can save them from their impending destruction.
“Mystery House” by David Lynch stars David Lynch as a series of events in the life of a man that lead to his wife’s death.
The characters, including their daughter, find themselves living in a ghost town that seems haunted by the ghost of their own mother.
The haunted house has grosses of $2 million and is on the way to being the highest grossing film of all-time.
“Nightmare on Elm Street 2” by Wes Craver stars Michael Myers, Michael Cera, and Mark Hamill in a horror sequel to the original 1979 horror