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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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Movie Review: Haunt

Debuting on Shudder on October 24, Haunt is written and directed by the team that brought us A Quiet Place and it was produced by Eli Roth. This 90-minute horror film is a Shudder exclusive, and it’s not for the faint of heart. This movie is about a group of young people trapped in a frightening haunted house, and it is replete with disturbing and gory imagery. It is a genuinely scary scenario, and the tension is so thick you could cut it with a knife. If you can handle the SAW movies or anything Eli Roth has done, then you’ll do fine with Haunt. The acting is solid, and the score is foreboding. The editing doesn’t hold anything back, so get ready to say to yourself or a friend, “What did I just see happen?” numerous times, as the deaths in Haunt are a punch to the gut. For big-time horror fans like myself, this is an enjoyable, pulse-pounding adventure that is worth watching.

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