Feeling lucky? Take a look at Shudder's schedule for March, which includes Satanic Hispanics and more

You'll Never Find Me - Photo Credit: Ian Routledge/Shudder
You'll Never Find Me - Photo Credit: Ian Routledge/Shudder /

Shudder has announced their schedule for March, which includes another The Last Drive-In special, Satanic Hispanics and more great Shudder Resurrected titles.

I have marked my top recommendations with an asterisk, for whatever it’s worth.

March 1:

The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs – The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live – The only thing better than a new series in The Walking Dead universe is watching the first episode hosted by Joe Bob Briggs and the cast and crew of The Last Drive-In. Technically, the first episode (titled Years) makes its debut on AMC and AMC+ February 25, but the Joe Bob treatment can be watched on Shudder TV and AMC+ at 9:00 p.m. ET on March 1.

At Midnight I’ll Take Your Soul – This 1964 flick was the first horror film to be produced in Brazil, and the first installment of the Coffin Joe trilogy. Ze do Caixao (Coffin Joe) is an undertaker who thinks having a son will give him immortality.

The Strange World of Coffin Joe – In this Brazilian horror anthology film, we are treated to three creepy tales: The Dollmaker, Possession and Theory

This Night I’ll Possess Your Corpse – Coffin Joe is on a quest to find a woman who will bear him a son, and enlists the help of Bruno to kidnap six beautiful young women from a nearby village. He sets out to find out which of the women can survive his trials of terror.

Dream Demon – Diana is a young teacher in London, preparing for her marriage to the wealthy Oliver. But her nightmares about demons include violent attacks by Oliver, and are interfering with her happiness.

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*The Strangers -  Catch the 2008 original before the remake hits theaters in May. Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman are a troubled couple staying at a vacation home for a night after a friend’s wedding. A young woman knocks on the door late at night, and while they send her away, she comes back with a couple of friends. I absolutely love this home invasion flick!

*Ghostwatch -  Watch this while you can, Ghostwatch is not always readily available to stream. On Halloween night in 1992, BBC aired this mockumentary, which was set up to look like a live broadcast. The story is that news reporters are filming in a supposedly haunted house, and some very realistic paranormal activity begins happening.

Give Me Pity! – Sissy St. Clare is hosting her very first television special, which should be a fun time for all. But Sissy keeps seeing a masked figure holding a knife, and the show goes off the rails.

Grabbers – “When an island off the coast of Ireland is invaded by bloodsucking aliens, the heroes discover that getting drunk is the only way to survive.”

*Alice, Sweet Alice – A 10-year-old Brooke Shields made her film debut in this 1976 horror movie. A divorced couple with two young daughters are devastated when their youngest is strangled in a church and set on fire. Worse yet, everyone seems to think her 12-year-old sister Alice did it.

March 8:

Santanic Hispanics – A handful of talented directors came together to help create the very first all-Latino horror anthology film. Those directors include Alejandrop Brugues (Juan of the Dead), Mike Mendez (Big Ass Spider), Gigi Saul Guerrero (V/H/S/85), Demian Rugna (Terrified, When Evil Lurks) and Eduardo Sanchez (The Blair Witch Project).

March 11:

Day of the Beast – In this comedy-horror film, a Catholic priest is desperate to commit as many sins as he can, hoping the avoid the birth of the antichrist. He enlists the help of a fake occult expert and a metalhead.

Perdita Durango – Rosie Perez stars as the title character, who teams up with a brutal criminal (Javier Bardem). Together, the two kidnap and murder, all while practicing voodoo on the road to Las Vegas.

*Butcher Baker Nightmare Maker – High school senior Billy is being raised by his Aunt Cheryl, who took him in as an infant after his parents were killed in a suspicious car accident. Cheryl is a little TOO attached to Billy, and basically frames her for a murder she commits in order to keep him from going away to college. This movie is one crazy ride!

The Sect – “A lonely kindergarten teacher discovers a secret well in the basement of her house, and soon finds herself being followed by a murderous Satanic cult.”

March 18:

Southern Comfort - In 1973, a group of nine Lousiana Army National Guard soldiers are on weekend maneuvers deep in the bayou. When they get lost, they make the mistake of taking canoes belonging to some of the local Cajun folk, and end up fighting for their lives in the Louisiana swamp.

March 22:

You’ll Never Find Me – “An isolated man living at the back of a desolate caravan park is visited by a desperate young woman seeking shelter from a violent storm. As the savage storm worsens, these solitary souls begin to feel threatened - but who should really be afraid?”

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