Cinema’s creepiest genre has yielded its fair share of riches in 2019, from the box office dynamite of Stephen King’s killer clown through to the gore-soaked determination of Samara Weaving’s bride in Ready or Not.This year has yielded ghost stories, animal attacks and even a possessed dress, in one of the most varied, diverse horror periods in many years.Here are the best scary offerings from 2019, based on UK release dates.Read more:Most incredible actor transformations of 2019Best horror films of 2018What happens to your brain when you watch a horror film?
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Lupita Nyong’o has issued a “heartfelt apology” after she was criticised by Spasmodic dysphonia groups for crediting the disability as an inspiration for her voice in Us. Both the National Spasmodic Dysphonia Association and RespectAbility were appalled after Nyong’o told the New York Times she based the voice of Red, her doppelgänger character in Us, on Robert F Kennedy Jr, who suffers from the condition. “I met with people as part of my exploration with the condition, and I learned how difficult it is to have the disorder.
Jordan Peele reckons that he won't be casting a white actor in the lead of one of his movies any time soon.
New horror movie Us, director Jordan Peele’s follow up to his breakthrough Get Out, has stunned box office pundits on its opening weekend. The movie, which finds a family terrorised by their doppelgängers, topped A Quiet Place to grab the most money made by an original horror movie over a single weekend. Remarkably, it’s also the best opening weekend for a live-action original movie since James Cameron’s Avatar in 2009, which made $77 million.
Get Out director Jordan Peele's sophomore film terrifies audiences while actor Lupita Nyong'o impresses during a screening at SXSW Film Festival in Texas.
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