Shudder adds Creepshow to September schedule


September is very exciting for horror lovers because we are officially in the Halloween season! It’s the time when horror films old and new start rolling out on the streaming services, and Shudder is no exception.

There are a few really exciting additions to the Shudder September schedule, including the much anticipated Creepshow series. I won’t bore you anymore with idle chit-chat, let’s dive right into the pumpkin patch!

September 5

The Wrath (Shudder Original) – Set in the Joseon Era in 14th century Korea, The Wrath is a remake of the 1986 Korean horror film Woman’s Wail (Yeogokseong). A high-ranking official’s three sons die mysteriously due to an evil spirit’s curse.

September 9:

Train to Busan – If you haven’t seen this incredible Korean zombie flick yet, I highly recommend fixing that as soon as possible. Seok-woo, a divorced workaholic father takes his young daughter Su-an on a train to visit her mother.

Unfortunately, the zombie apocalypse happens and, together with other passengers on the train, Seok-woo and Su-an must fight to escape. This may sound strange for a movie soaked in gore, but have tissues on hand…things get emotional.

For the first time, Train to Busan can be seen with Shudder Exclusive Seoul Station, an animated prequel.

Train to Busan
Train to Busan — Courtesy of Shudder /

September 16

Hands of the Ripper – An infant witnesses her mother’s brutal murder by her father, Jack the Ripper. Fifteen years later, she continues the Ripper’s killing spree but never remembers doing so. When a psychiatrist thinks he can help her, will he be able to do so, or will he become a victim?

September 19

Hell House LLC III: Lake of Fire – I am super stoked about this one, I seriously love the first movie in this found-footage series. With the first two Hell House LLC films also available on Shudder, I suggest a “Scare-a-Thon.”

One year after the events of Hell House LLC II: The Abaddon Hotel, the Abaddon is set to be torn down. Billionaire Russel Wynn buys it to use for his popular reality series Insomnia, inviting a film crew to record the preparations. Call it a hunch, but I don’t think things will go according to plan.

Hell House
Hell House — Courtesy of Shudder /

September 23

Twins of Evil – Twin Playboy Playmates Mary and Madeleine Collinson play orphaned identical twin teens sent from Vienna to live with their Uncle, who happens to be a strict Puritan. A circus comes to the village, led by a man seeking revenge for a vampire. Twins of Evil is a loose adaptation of Carmilla, the classic vampire tale by Sheridan Le Fanu.

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September 26

Creepshow – Finally, the series we’ve all been waiting for is here! New episodes will premiere each Thursday through Halloween, with each consisting of two stories. Based on the 1982 Stephen King / George A. Romero anthology series, the premiere episode features Gray Matter and The House of the Head.

King fans will recognize Gray Matter from his short story collection Night Shift.  It tells the tale of two men checking on a friend after his son tells them a terrifying story. The House of the Head introduces us to little Evie, who suspects that she owns a haunted dollhouse.

September 30

The Taking of Deborah Logan – Mia decides to use Deborah Logan as the subject for her Ph.D. thesis film on Alzheimer’s, recording the effects of the disease on Deborah and her daughter Sarah. It quickly becomes apparent that something else has begun taking Deborah over…something evil.

If Shudder is coming on this strong in September, I can’t wait to see what October brings! There are also two TBA Shudder Exclusives that have yet to be announced so keep an eye out!

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What do you think about Shudder’s September additions? Will you be checking out some of them? Let us know in the comments section.