This week is throwing a bunch of new trailers for you to get the first glimpse of the movies, including “The Queen’s Gambit,” “Resident Evil,” which looks so horrifying, and others.
As now, you are entering October, so this week is going to be very creepy and horrifying.
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness
Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is CG anime series that is coming soon on Netflix. In the trailer, you will find Claire Redfield in a dark room by having a flashlight. And Leon Kennedy is trying to rescue someone. And therefore, you may find there at least one or more zombies to make it more terrifying.
However, no further details are here to know about the movie. But it is expecting that the Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness will hit the theatres in sometime 2021.
Nick Frost and Simon Pegg with Samson Kayo and Emma D’Arcy are appearing again to add more spice to the series. A new supernatural series, “Truth Seekers” is a comedy serial. It may contain all most all genres. In this series, Nick and Simon are playing the roles of paranormal investigators. Moreover, they are trying to solve a mystery. The Truth Seekers will throw out in cinemas on 30th October 2020.
The Haunting Of Bly Manor
The Haunting of Bly Manor is a horror TV series that will stream on Netflix by Mike Flanagan. This serial will lightly be created on the horror novella of Henry James “The Turn of the Screw” in 1898. It is the next sequel of the “Haunting of the Hill House.”
You can watch it online on Netflix from 9th October 2020. It will unbox all the horror and the suspense. I hope you will enjoy the series.
A World of Calm
A World of Calm is an inspired serial by the Calm sleep-aid app where the celebs are going to be narrating relaxing tales. Moreover, it is a ten-episode series, and each episode will half-hour long episodes.
It will release on 1st October 2020, A World of Calm promises to mix “peaceful imagery and tranquil narration”. Consistent with the handout issued by the makers, the aim is to “transport the viewer into tranquility through scientifically-engineered narratives, enchanting music, and astounding footage. Moreover, it will narrate to naturally calm your body and soothe the mind.”
The Queen’s Gambit
Based on the 1983 best-selling novel by Walter Tevis, The Queen’s Gambit tells the story of an orphan who seems to be a chess prodigy. And she follows her ascent within the chess world alongside her struggles with addiction.
Really looking forward to the present. Anya Taylor-Joy looks amazing during this trailer. It hits Netflix on 23rd October 2020