[Photo by: Friday The 13th/Paramount]

Blumhouse made itself a household name for horror enthusiasts when it released Get Out in 2017 and shortly after announced plans for the Halloween remake.

Well, it’s time to get excited horror fans, it looks like they’re looking to become a horror movie staple.

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Blumhouse are quickly gaining a reputation in the horror world, and it appears that fans are curious to know whether or not Halloween is just the beginning for a slew of reboots.

In short, it looks as though it is.

Taking to Twitter, the producer did a quick Q&A with his followers, and unsurprisingly, many fans took the chance to see if the production company has plans for other horror movie franchises.

In various tweets during his Q&A, Blum shared that he’s eyed Friday The 13th, Alien, Scream and even the Crow as potential picks for a remake.

While nothing has been confirmed, the producer shared that chances of Blumhouse adding more than just Halloween to their list of franchise remakes are “excellent.”

Looking through the tweets, it appears that Blum is particularly focused on reviving the slasher genre, with a keen interest in taking on Friday The 13th next.

You can look at some of Blum’s answers below!

We may not have official confirmation on any of these movies coming back to life thanks to Blumhouse, but we do know that their remake of Halloween is coming.

As we know, the new film is set to bring audiences back to Haddonfield one more time, almost 40 years later, to see the final battle between Laurie Strode and Michael Myers.

Of course, the films have had a long history and with this reboot, it appears that fans will have to forget everything that happened in the franchise’s previous plot lines, including those of Rob Zombie‘s 2007 and 2009 remakes.

Be sure to watch the Halloween reboot when it hits theaters Oct. 19.

What movie would you want to see Blumhouse tackle next? Sound off in the comments below!

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