Stay Out of the Attic (Shudder Original, also available on Shudder UK, CA and ANZ) – A team of movers agree to an all-night job packing up a house, but as the night goes on, they discover booby traps, monsters, and other assorted horrors.
Hosts (Also available in CA and ANZ) – This new British horror film is not to be confused with Host, the Shudder film that took the horror world by storm last year, though the reviews I found were very positive. When a family invites friends over for Christmas dinner, murder ensues.
It Cuts Deep (Also available on Shudder UK, CA and ANZ) – Sam and Ashley are at a crossroads in their relationship when they decide to visit Sam’s family in his hometown. While there, they encounter Sam’s old friend Nolan. Also, a horrible murder occurred in the house Sam grew up in, and we know that never leads to anything good.
Game of Death (Also available in CA) – Seven teens decide to play an evil board game with a shocking premise: if they don’t murder a set number of people, their own heads will explode.
Shakma (Also available on Shudder CA) – This 1990 film features Christopher Atkins, Amand Wyss (A Nightmare on Elm Street) and Roddy McDowell. While immersed in a role-playing game, students are trapped in a building with a baboon driven mad by experimental drugs.
Nosferatu (Also available in CA and UK) – If you have never seen the iconic 1922 silent film, here’s your chance. Max Schreck plays Count Orlock, who lives in a castle in the mountains of Transylvania, and who is *spoiler alert* a vampire. If the plot sounds familiar, it’s because it is basically an unauthorized version of Bram Stoker’s classic novel Dracula.
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Also available on Shudder CA) – Shudder is bringing us another classic German silent film, about an insane hypnotist. Is the man he has hypnotized guilty of murder, or the killer Caligari himself?
The Great Gabbo (Also available in CA, UK and ANZ) – This 1929 film was made in the early days of sound motion pictures. The Great Gabbo is a mentally unbalanced ventriloquist who unfairly blames his assistant Mary for his failure to succeed.
White Zombie (Also available in CA, UK and ANZ) – Bela Lugosi appears in this 1932 pre-code film as Murder Legendre, a white Haitian voodoo master. A wealthy plantation owner enlists Legendre’s help in order to win a young woman’s love, but instead, she is turned into a zombie slave.
Slaxx (Shudder Original, also available on Shudder UK and ANZ) – Bear with me here, this is going to sound crazy. Slaxx is about a possessed pair of pants, out to punish a shady clothing company. The staff of the company’s most popular store is locked in overnight to display their newest clothing collection, and Slaxx sets out to murder them all. If this film was being released a month later, I would think it was an April Fool’s joke!
Kodo-Di Koko-Da (Shudder Exclusive, also available on Shudder CA and ANZ) – A couple heads out on a camping trip, hoping it will improve their marriage, but they are waylaid by a crazy sideshow artist and his gang of followers. The couple is stalked and terrorized by the group.
Let’s Scare Julie (Also available on Shudder CA) – This 80-minute film was shot in a single take, a very impressive feat. When teenage Emma and some friends decide to play a prank on new neighbor Julie, something goes wrong, and not all of the girls return. The ones who do come back each tell a different story, so what exactly happened?
Violation (Shudder Original, also available on Shudder UK and ANZ) – Miriam’s marriage is headed south, and she goes back to her hometown to be with her sister and brother-in-law. When they betray her, Miriam is bent on revenge.
White of the Eye (Also available in CA) – A serial killer is on the loose in a small Arizona community, and an man who sells audio systems is suspected. Though his wife Joan is in denial at first, she soon begins to believe the accusations.
The Untamed (Also available on Shudder CA) – When a meteorite crashes, an elderly couple keeps the alien that was in it in their barn. The creature becomes a source of pleasure for two women, and a source of death and destruction for others.
Which Shudder addition are you most looking forward to in March? Let us know in the comments section.