Are We Not Cats? (Also available on Shudder Canada) – Eli has lost everything, and takes a delivery job out of town, where he meets Anya. It’s a match made in heaven, because they each have the same very strange proclivity: they enjoy eating human hair.
Blood of Wolves (Also available on Shudder Canada, UK and ANZ) – Detective Hioka is paired up with a new partner who is rumored to be part of the mob. The two are assigned to investigate the disappearance of an employee of a business owned by an organized crime group.
Coherence – This scifi/thriller involves eight friends who get together for a dinner party on the same night a comet passes over California. They are in for a very strange night that includes alternate realities.
Let the Corpses Tan (Also available on Shudder Canada) – A group of thieves find stolen gold and end up in a shoot-out between the robbers and the police. Belgian filmmakers Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani are best known for their giallo-inspired films, but they paid homage to the Italian crime films of the 1970s with this one.
Leap of Faith: William Friedkin on The Exorcist (Shudder Original, also available in Canada, UK and ANZ) – This documentary directed by Alexandre O. Philippe (78/52) takes a deep dive into William Friedkin’s filmmaking process. Of course, the focus is mainly on his work during filming of The Exorcist.
The Mario Bava Collection (Also available in Canada) – Mario Bava is known as “the master of Italian horror,” due to his giallo films. Shudder’s collection includes A Bay of Blood, Black Sabbath, Black Sunday, The Girl Who Knew Too Much, Kill Baby Kill, Lisa and the Devil, Shock, The Whip and The Body.
Porno (Shudder Original, also available on Shudder Canada and UK) – Five teen employees find an old film reel hidden in the basement of the movie theatre they work at, and unknowingly release a demon.
After eating your Thanksgiving turkey, you can veg out on the couch knowing that there are plenty of great films available to watch on Shudder.
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