'Nightmare Cinema' Creator Mick Garris Hints that There is a "Very Good Chance" There Will Be a Sequel
If you haven't seen Nightmare Cinema yet, you need to get on that...
...In what really wasn't that long ago but seems like an eternity at this point, writer/director/producer extraordinaire Mick Garris (The Stand, Showtime's Masters of Horror series), produced the horror anthology Nightmare Cinema along with frequent collaborator Joe Russo (The Au Pair Nightmare), in which Mick also directed a segment. While the film wasn't exactly a huge success, it was well received by many horror fans, and is a personal favorite of ours here at KHC (you can read our review here).
During the latest episode of his podcast, Post Mortem with Mick Garris, Mick spoke with Creepshow TV series showrunner, Greg Nicotero. During the discussion, Nightmare Cinema came up, and Mick dropped a fun tease, in which he said:
"There is a very good chance there will be a sequel for 'Nightmare Cinema'..."
Now, while that is in no way an official announcement, even a tease is still incredibly exciting, as Nightmare Cinema was an ultra gory, fun anthology horror flick, and we fully trust that Mick can once again deliver an exceptional anthology horror film.
For those unaware of the film, Nightmare Cinema features segments from directors Mick Garris, Alejandro Brugués (Juan of the Dead), Joe Dante (Gremlins), Ryûhei Kitamura (Versus) and David Slade (30 Days of Night).
You can currently stream the film on Shudder
By Matt Konopka