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Shudder April 2021 U.S. Highlights

April showers bring a packed lineup of new horror films and series to Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium streaming service for horror, thriller and the supernatural, for its annual ‘Halfway to Halloween Month.’ A new season of The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs, a new season of Creepshow, In Search of Darkness: Part II, and a whole lot more. Below is the full press releases with all of the gory details.

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Shudder: March 2021 U.S. Highlights

In March, Shudder members can look forward to new movie premieres every week, including season two of the hit series A Discovery of Witches, Shudder original films Lucky, Stay Out of the Attic, Slaxx and Violation, the Shudder exclusive Koko-Di Koko-Da, and an impressive lineup of recent and classic horror favorites including Ken Russell’s The Devils. I had the pleasure of watching Lucky last year, and it was phenomenal. It premieres on March 4, so make sure you it’s at the top of your list! Below is a rundown of everything you can expect to see on Shudder in March.

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Shudderfest: Free Day-Long Virtual Halloween Event

This is a Halloween unlike any other. But that doesn’t mean it has to be boring. Shudder has come to the rescue with an all-day virtual Halloween event, taking place this Saturday, October 31. Think of it as an online horror convention, featuring panels comprised of horror legends and luminaries, as well as a movie double-feature at night. The best part is, other than the movie double feature, this event is completely free. Register now at Shudderfest.com, and read the full press release below for all of the details.

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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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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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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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Shudder June Highlights

As crazy as it may seem, June is almost upon us! With a new month comes a slew of new content on Shudder. During these times when many of us are social distancing, it’s good to see that Shudder is keeping the horror fans among us entertained with top-tier content. Scream Queen, a documentary I reviewed back in January, is coming to Shudder, among a phantasmagoria of titillating offerings. Below is the full press release from Shudder with all of the information.

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Shudder: Best Of 2019

Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium streaming service, had a banner year. Not only did the popular platform feature top-tier content that received critical praise, it also saw a surge in viewership as a result of exclusive and original shows and movies. And 2020 overall is poised to be another great year for Shudder. Among the highlights are the premiere of the mythic Māori action/adventure series The Dead Lands in January, a co-production with TVNZ; the exclusive streaming premiere of Rob Zombie’s 3 from Hell in February; an untitled “queer horror” documentary from director Sam Wineman and two of Horror Noire’s executive producers; Daniel Isn’t Real, out in limited release now after picking up awards at Sitges, SXSW and other film festivals, and coming to Shudder in 2020; and the acquisition of a multiple films presently on the festival circuit including Jeff Barnaby’s Canadian First Nations zombie movie Blood Quantum, which premiered at TIFF, Jayro Bustamante’s Guatemalan horror La Llorona which premiered at Venice and won the Fedora Award for Best Film and the GdA’s Director’s Award, and Josh Ruben’s comedy thriller Scare Me, which will have its world premiere next month at Sundance Film Festival. The latter two acquisitions were announced earlier today.

What follows are images highlighting the cream of the crop on Shudder in 2019.

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Shudder: November Highlights

It’s crazy to think that this time next week it will be November 1. October is flying by and Halloween is almost upon us. If you’re looking for Halloween to last all year long, Shudder has you covered. Below are highlights of the exclusives, originals, and new content that’s being released all month long in November. The addition that excites me the most is Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, which is my favorite movie of all time. The premise, acting, and score are excellent. This film was ahead of its time, and it still holds up to this day. Make sure to add it to your to-watch list, along with all of the other great content coming to Shudder in November.

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