When Will the Nun release In Nepal
The Nun release date in Nepal is still not announced officially. However, The film is scheduled for release on September 7, 2018, in the United States, by Warner Bros Pictures. The Nun is an upcoming American supernatural horror film directed by Corin Hardy. The screenplay by Gary Dauberman is from a story by Dauberman and James Wan. It is a spin-off of 2016’s The Conjuring 2 and is set to be the fifth installment in The Conjuring series. It stars Taissa Farmiga, Demián Bichir, Charlotte Hope, Ingrid Bisu, Jonas Bloquet, and Bonnie Aarons.
The nun release date in Nepal
The movie is expected to release on 6 September 2018 in Nepal.
Upcoming Horror Movies in 2018:-
The Purge: The Island (July 3)
The fourth Purge film will go back to the beginning and show us how the annual night of legalized murder and mayhem came into existence. Franchise creator James Demonaco wrote the script but is stepping aside as director, with Gerard McMurray (who debuted with the feature Burning Sands) taking over to deliver the Purge origin story. Demonaco told Vulture last year that the first Purge night was an experiment staged on Staten Island, with people being incentivized to participate with cash prizes if they survived.
Halloween (October 19)
Horror master and Halloween creator John Carpenter announced this project last February via Facebook, saying, “So you say you want a Revolution? You want to shake things up and bring back Halloween and make it rock again? Well so do I.” Pineapple Express director David Gordon Green is helming the movie, and wrote the script with Danny McBride — but it’s not going to be a comedy. Carpenter said his reaction when they pitched him the project was, “They get it. I think you’re gonna dig it. They blew me away.” Jamie Lee Curtis obviously agreed, since she will reprise her iconic role as Laurie Strode, and Carpenter has suggested he might even do the music. It’s a happy Halloween indeed.
The House That Jack Built (November 29)
The main thing to know about this movie is that, for better or worse, it’s Lars von Trier’s next project. The second thing to know is that it may set a new high bar for brutality in his filmography, which, when you consider Antichrist and Breaking the Waves, is an extremely disturbing possibility. House stars Matt Dillon as a serial killer, and the movie follows his development over a 12-year timeline, focusing on a handful of his murders, which he treats as works of art. Uma Thurman plays one of his victims, and von Trier says he cast her and Dillon because they were the only ones who said yes. Be very afraid.
Die Hölle (Cold Hell) (TBD)
Austrian director Stefan Ruzowitzky won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language film with 2007’s The Counterfeiters, and since then he’s taken a few losses with 2012’s Deadfall and the stuck-in-turnaround Patient Zero. But he’s returned to acclaim with Die Hölle, which follows Ozge, a Turkish immigrant cab driver in Vienna from an abusive family who has to confront a daily barrage of sexism and racism from her fares. She also beats the hell out of dudes for recreation at a kickboxing gym and ends up channeling all that rage and training into a vigilante manhunt to take down a serial killer torturing Muslim female sex workers to death. At just 91 minutes long, it will likely be a relentlessly brutal ride.