Shudder is doing everything they can to give us the chills during a long, hot summer, and their June schedule has something for everyone.
Shudder previously announced their Summer of Chills lineup, and now they have announced even more great additions. We are getting the original Night of the Living Dead and the Ginger Snaps trilogy (among others) to keep us awake during the long nights.
Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed – In this sequel to Ginger Snaps, Brigette continues her quest to find a cure before the next full moon moon renders her a werewolf.
Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning – In 19th century Canada, Ginger and Brigette try to hide out in a fort surrounded by vicious werewolves.
An American Werewolf in London – Two students from the US encounter a werewolf during a tour in Britain. Trouble is, the local folk maintain that they know nothing about a werewolf.
Eve’s Bayou – Women rule in this eerie story of secrets and lies in the Louisiana Bayou. The stellar cast includes Samuel L. Jackson and Diahhan Carroll.
Burn, Witch, Burn! (Available on Shudder US and Shudder CA)
A woman who may be a witch defends her husband from forces trying to harm him.
The return of Shudder’s Queer Horror
Shudder’s Queer Horror Collection is back for Pride Month with a selection of LGBTQ+ horror films. Films include the Shudder premieres of horror short films Islands and Terror, Sisters!, Der Samurai, Thirst and Rift. Also included are: Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker, Night Breed, the Boulet Brothers’ Dragula, Mohawk, Resurrection, Scream, Queen!, Tammy and the T-Rex, Hellraiser, The Quiet Room, Knife + Heart, The Ranger, Stranger by the Lake, Lizzie, All Cheerleaders Die (a personal favorite), The Old Dark House, Better Watch Out, Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama and Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl.
Caveat (Shudder Original, also available on Shudder CA, UKI and ANZ) – When Isaac takes on a job caring for his landlord’s niece Olga, it sounds promising. All he has to do is stay in a house on an island with Olga, while wearing a harness and chain that restricts his movement around the house.
Night of the Living Dead (Also available on Shudder CA, UKI and ANZ) – This is the one, the only, the original 1968 George A. Romero version of Night of the Living Dead. It’s such a legendary film that a synopsis is not really needed.
Reunion – (Also available in CA) – Pregnant Ellie travels to the house she grew up in after her grandmother’s death. As childhood trauma begins to haunt her, so does a child named Cara.
Beyond the Door III (Also available in CA) – American students travel to Yugoslavia, where they are forced into a strange pagan ritual. This film completes the Italian Beyond the Door trilogy.
The Amusement Park (Shudder Exclusive, also available on Shudder CA, UKI and ANZ) – George A. Romero’s long lost film introduces us to an old man experiencing the tragedies of aging in the US. His trials and tribulations are represented by the chaos of an amusement park.
Monstrous ( Also available in CA, UKI and ANZ) – Fans of Bigfoot should be happy to find this film on Shudder. When Sheila tries to find a missing friend in Whitehall, New York, she encounters something evil in the woods.
The Retreat (Also available on Shudder CA, UKI and ANZ) – Gus and a friend take a hike into the Adirondack High Peaks, and Gus finds himself lost and alone. As if that isn’t frightening enough, he is soon tormented by a wendigo.
Evilspeak (Also available in CA) – Clint Howard stars in this 1981 film as a military cadet who conjures demons and casts spells through his computer.
The Conspiracy – In this Canadian found footage film, two documentary filmmakers are creating a film about “Terrance G”, a conspiracy theorist. When Terrance disappears, the men find themselves drawn deep into a very dangerous secret organization.
Housebound (Also available in CA) – Troubled Kylie is placed under house arrest in the care of her mother after attempting to steal an ATM. Kylie soon comes to believe that she is trapped in the house with an evil presence.
The Similars (Also available in CA) – In this Mexican thriller, eight people are trapped in a remote bus station during a severe storm. When they find out that the storm is a worldwide phenomenon, things only get stranger.
City of the Dead (Also available in CA, UKI and ANZ) – When a clergyman commits suicide, the gates of hell open, and the dead begin to rise from their graves. It’s up to a psychic and a reporter to close the gates before it is too late.
Homewrecker (Also available in CA) – Michelle and Linda strike up a friendship, but things get scary when Linda becomes obsessed with the younger woman.
The Antenna (Also available in ANZ) – This dystopian film is set in Turkey, where tv antennas are installed by the government. Mehmet, the superintendent of an aging apartment building, is tasked with supervising the installation. When the antennas begin to broadcast, Mehmet has to fight a nasty entity.
Superdeep (Shudder Original, also available in CA, UKI and ANZ) – Seven miles beneath the ground lies the Kola Superdeep borehole, where screams and disturbing sounds were recorded in 1984. Now, a research team travels below the surface to find out what exactly is going on in Kola Superdeep.
The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs – The season three finale of this Shudder Original series airs, inviting viewers to join in on a top-secret drive-in quality double feature hosted by Joe Bob and Darcy the Mail Girl.
An Unquiet Grave (Shudder Original, also available on Shudder CA, UKI and ANZ) – After losing his wife in a tragic car accident, Jamie talks his wife’s sister Ava into helping him perform a ritual at the site of the crash. But what exactly are Jamie’s true intentions?
Vicious Fun (Shudder Original, also available in CA, UKI and ANZ) -Horror magazine critic Joel unexpectedly ends up part of a support group for serial killers. Joel must try to blend in so he can avoid becoming a victim.
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