Writer-star Brea Grant turns the everyday misogyny and sexism women face into a slasher horror in Lucky.
While sifting through the tall grass of streaming content can be overwhelming, Courtney Small has put together a list of great films that you might consider streaming during Black History Month and beyond.
The Queen of Black Magic is a 99-minute nightmare factory with a jet-black soul.
Shudder’s February programming gets “Super Dark” with a vintage Nic Cage flick and an old-school Indonesian supernatural thriller.
Shudder’s January programming includes the latest Walking Dead series, a chilling Clive Barker double feature, and a collaboration between two Indonesian horror giants.
Shudder is closing out the year by dropping its best of 2020 lists.
Veteran actors Julian Richings and Sheila McCarthy shine in the Canadian indie Anything For Jackson, one of the year's best horror movies
Shudder’s December highlights include an unhappy holiday collection, bone-chilling giallo flicks, and two holiday specials.
Shudder’s November programming includes a classic Stephen King adaptation, a stylish neo-spaghetti western, and a documentary deep dive into The Exorcist.
Putting a writer in a cabin in the woods is a more classic setup for a horror film than starting a joke with “Knock, knock.” But Scare Me is different. It is smart, scary, and not quite like anything we have seen before. The loose premise for the film is Fred ( played by writer/ […]
Spiral is a bit of a horror tropes mishmash, but at its core it holds the fear of being different or misunderstood for merely being true to yourself. The film starts like so many other horror films: with a family moving to a new town. Couple Malik (Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman) and Aaron (Ari Cohen) are clearly […]
Shudder’s September programming includes new Fantasia acquisitions, a Vincent Price collection, and a completely bonkers Nic Cage performance.
Host follows six bored friends, separated by the quarantine, who host a séance over Zoom and unwittingly invite an evil spirit into their homes.
Shudder’s August line-up features a shot-in-quarantine Zoom-séance flick, an ultra-violent comic book adaptation, and a classic J-horror series.
The Beach House is smart. It has smart characters, a smart “monster,” and a smart main character. It assumes its audience is smart and never talks down to them. But best of all, it is effective, terrifying and unpredictable, and downright perfectly gross. The Beach House starts out like so many horror films, in a […]