You know you're lacking in luck when your options are either to be bombed by the Nazis or stay in a haunted house. It may be without the wonderful Daniel Radcliffe, but this sequel to the highly successful The Woman in Black certainly looks creepy.

 

A novelisation of The Woman In Black: Angel of Death was released ahead of the film in 2013 and received pretty damning reviews, so hopefully the film fares better when it hits theatres.

 

Release date: January 2015

Trailer Roundup: October 2014

  

By Ross Wildish - 2nd November 2014

The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death

Insidious: Chapter 3

Insidious: Chapter 3 leaves behind the Lambert family from the previous two films and focuses on a new family with supernatural problems of their own. However, we do have some returning characters such as the ghost hunters Specs (Leigh Whannell, also directing this time) and Tucker (Angus Sampson), along with Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye).

 

Insidious: Chapter 3 does not connect with the last scene in the previous film, so if you were expecting an explanation of that then you may be disappointed.

 

Release date: May 29th, 2015

Late Phases

When blind war veteran Ambrose McKinley is moved to Crescent Bay by his son, the last thing he expects is to spend his retirement being hunted by a werewolf; it’s not the most ideal way to relax, blind or not.

 

However, Ambrose might be just the old timer that Crescent Bay needs to put the dog down. After a premiere earlier this year at SXSW, Late Phases will be seeing a limited video on-demand release soon.

 

Release date: November 2014 (VOD)

Feed The Gods

This trailer for Feed The Gods definitely leaves a lot to the imagination, but the basic story is that two brothers go looking for their biological parents after their foster mother dies. Their journey takes them to the strange town of Tendale, which is surrounded by tales of a ‘Bigfoot-like’ creature that eats tourists. There seems to be more going on here than the average monster movie, so this may be one to look out for.

 

Release date: Nov 25th, 2014 (VOD), Jan 27th, 2015 (DVD)

What would you do to make it in Hollywood? Sarah Walker (Alexandra Essoe) has to ask herself the same question in Starry Eyes as she is faced with an opportunity that could make or break her—literally.

 

A lot of bizarre stuff is happening in this trailer and it’s quite a lot to take in, but Starry Eyes definitely looks interesting.

 

Release date: November 2014 (VOD)

Starry Eyes