A Disney horror remake kicks off The Marvels release date as a cannibal comedy extravaganza

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Happy Fear Friday, creepy supporters! Needless to say, it’s been a busy week for the haunted world – with big projects like Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey And Knock on the hut 2023 is set to be one of the best years for the spooky genre. That being said, the colossal catalog will only improve as more masterpieces are released in the coming months. And while most of these projects will be carefully scrutinized later, in this day and age there is a lot of content that needs scrutiny horror Summary at We Got This Covered. Boot from a Disney remake The wonders from its release date to a cannibal slasher experience, what’s not to get excited about?

So, before you hit the cinemas this weekend to pick your horror movie of choice, be sure to check out the latest updates in Horrorland.

We hope you're hungry for horror because a cannibal comedy is coming out this year
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If there’s one thing that’s certain about the horror genre, it’s that an endless supply of mind-blowing content is being pumped out on a daily basis. This time, the creative catalog presents a heartbreaking horror experience cannibal comedian. Unsurprisingly, the story revolves around an unlucky comedian who explores a career in comedy while trying to quell his cannibalistic tendencies. It’s a wildly bizarre premise, sure, but we’d be lying if we said it didn’t sound entertaining. At the moment the film is looking for a suitable distributor, but hopefully horror fans won’t have to wait too long to witness this car crash of a film.

Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey It just keeps getting bombarded with reviews

Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey
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Following the release of the Winnie the Pooh slasher, sober critics have insisted the film is nothing short of a soulless “money heist,” while insisting horror filmmakers are sorely running out of ideas. These reviews come off as downright harsh as no one should take a film of this caliber that seriously. Despite this, most critics have grunted furiously in the direction of Rhys Waterfield’s project – although a large proportion of horror fans online have praised the film for its silliness and goofy fun. The battle lines were certainly being drawn in haste.

A Disney horror remake has quickly caught on The wonders on the side

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Just as fast as The wonders was on the way, it has now been pushed back from summer 2023 to almost winter 2023. This news is obviously disappointing for MCU fanatics, but what’s really bugging everyone is that the film’s release date has now been replaced by Jared Leto and Disney’s haunted mansion make new. And with the strong resentment that MCU fans hold against Leto – mainly for the lacklusterness disease – It’s no surprise the die-hards are furious that Leto’s latest project has been hit The wonders expected spot.

See you back here on Monday, Winnie-the-Poohers, for a brand new horror roundup.

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