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Shudder November 2020 Highlights

As I write this, I’m watching Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers on Shudder. It’s a great movie and one of the best sequels in this fabled franchise. From Hollywood blockbusters like this one to indie films, and everything in between, Shudder has something for everyone. With Halloween arriving next week, here’s what’s coming to Shudder in November.

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Shudder & AMC Encourage Fans to Adopt a Watch Buddy

I have two cats and I often prefer animals to human beings, so I was delighted to see that Shudder and AMC are encouraging fans to adopt a watch buddy this October. With many of us staying at home more than ever, now is the purfect time to adopt a furry friend. You can be couch potatoes together and binge watch a ton of horror movies on Shudder — what’s not to love?! Below is the full press release with all of the details of this campaign. Do your part: adopt, don’t shop!

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Doug Bradley’s Spinechillers Volume 6

Halloween is 11 days from now and you might be finding yourself in need of a horror fix. I’ve got you covered! Doug Bradley’s Spinechillers Volume 6 may be the best entry yet in this series of audiobooks celebrating classic horror literature.

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Hulu: Books of Blood

Clive Barker’s Books of Blood is now available on Hulu. Released on October 7, this nearly two-hour movie weaves together three tales of terror from Barker’s seminal work.

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Streaming Horror: October

October is here, and you might be looking for horror content to stream — I’ve got you covered! To get in the mood for Halloween, there’s a ton of terrifying treasure to unearth. So, let’s dive in!

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Eli Roth’s History of Horror Uncut Podcast Returns

Eli Roth’s Shudder podcast is back! This is an extended audio companion to the television series AMC Visionaries: Eli Roth’s History of Horror, which has a new season premiering on AMC on October 10. The Uncut podcast offers listeners hours of never-before-heard, candid conversations with horror luminaries featured in the show. Below is the full press release with all of the details.

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Fangoria Under New Ownership

A couple years ago Fangoria relaunched and was widely praised by those in the horror industry, as well as fans, for the quality of the publication. However, its future was in jeopardy a few months back when Cinestate, the publication’s former parent company, got into hot water. Thankfully Fangoria is now under new ownership and the magazine is starting up again with the October issue. Below is the full email to Fangoria VIPs with all of the details. Make sure to subscribe today if you want to get your hands on the October issue of Fangoria!

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Shudder Surpasses One Million Subscribers

Shudder, the premium horror streaming service of which I’m a subscriber and a huge fan, announced today that it has surpassed one million subscribers. With Halloween almost upon us, this is delightful news — especially considering we’re living in a year that reads like a horror movie script. Congrats to Shudder on a well-deserved milestone. Here’s to the next million! Check out the full press release below for all of the details.

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Doug Bradley’s Spinechillers Volume 4

October 1 is a little more than a week away and you might be in need of some horror entertainment to get you in the mood for Halloween. What do I recommend? Doug Bradley’s Spinechillers Volume 4, of course. It’s the fourth entry in the audiobook series dedicated to celebrating classic horror literature, read by one of horror cinema’s most iconic stars: Doug Bradley — best known for portraying the role of Pinhead in the fabled Hellraiser franchise.

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Doug Bradley’s Spinechillers Volume 3

As I write this, Halloween is 55 days aways. To celebrate one of the most fun holidays of the year, people have already started watching at least one horror movie a day. Why not listen to an audiobook of classic horror tales as well? If you’re wanting to do just this, then look no further than Doug Bradley’s Spinechillers Volume 3. As with the first two installments in this formidable franchise, you’ll find a top-tier collection of classic horror literature to enjoy.

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