Amazon Studios jumps into the horror genre with these new flicks

Amazon is taking over the retail world. Who goes to stores anymore to buy things? Everything is just a click away when you shop Amazon so why not start making movies? We have a list and synopsis for some of the horror flicks the new Amazon Studios will be pumping out in the future.


Amazon Studios says that its controversial movie production effort, launched in 2010, has 15 projects in development — and new rules to make it easier for writers to submit scripts. “We’re eager to get movies made and we look forward to seeing the best work that writers have to offer,” Amazon Studios Director Roy Price said on the company’s blog. “This is why we have an open door.”

Here is a list of some of the films that caught our attention.



(Thriller and Suspense)
An ex-cop faces the greatest obstacle of his life after his three German Shepherds are infected with rabies and terrorize a small, Midwestern community. His estranged wife feeds her sexual desire for one of her students, even as fear grips the town and the body count rises.


A renegade group of corrupt cops attempt to curb crime by employing a bloodthirsty vampire, but when the creature turns on his captors, all hell breaks loose.


(Horror, Action and Adventure)
In ancient Rome, a team of gladiators must fight its most vicious opponent ever… Zombies. As the outbreak spreads and the creatures run wild, it’s up to our heroes to save the city.


(Horror, Action and Adventure)
Just before the Civil War engulfs the South, a nameless man with a mysterious past fights to save a young girl from the supernatural horrors infesting a small Appalachian town in Northern Georgia.
These look promising. Stay tuned as we find out more about these upcoming spook shows.


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