Streaming Horror Body Bags

Welcome to 31 Days of Streaming Horror. Every day this October we’ll be highlighting a different streaming horror movie to help you get into the Halloween spirit. Today’s entry: Body Bags (1993).

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creepshow streaming

Shudder’s Creepshow TV series wasn’t supposed to drop onto the horror streaming service until late tonight. But the gods of horror have decided to bestow a gift upon us, and you can catch Creepshow streaming right now. The horror anthology series is inspired by the George Romero and Stephen King film of the same name, and this new incarnation is under the leadership of filmmaker and special effects guru Greg Nicotero.

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One Cut of the Dead release date

This year’s Fantastic Fest is officially underway in Austin, Texas, but one of last year’s big festival hits will finally be available to stream very soon.

One Cut of the Dead, the Japanese zombie comedy that written, edited, and directed by Shinichiro Ueda, is a low-budget indie that won the Audience Award and Best Director at the 2018 genre festival, and ended up earning more than 1,000 times its budget in Japanese theaters. After hearing genre fans gush about the movie for a full year, thankfully it’s finally going to be easily accessible on the horror-centric streaming service Shudder starting next week. Read More »

Creepshow review

In 1982, horror legends George A. Romero and Stephen King came together for Creepshow, a stylish, silly, scary horror anthology that paid tribute to the EC horror comics of the ’50s. Loaded with big hairy monsters, ghouls bursting from graves, squirmy bugs, and more, Creepshow has become hallowed in the halls of horror. So how do you top that? The simple answer is: you can’t. And Creepshow, the entertaining new anthology show from horror streaming service Shudder, doesn’t even try, for better and worse. There are plenty of thrills and chills to be had, but one can’t help but miss the slick style that made Romero’s movie so memorable.

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hell house llc 3 trailer full

Human beings are dumb. If you need proof, look no further than the Hell House, LLC franchise, in which multiple people keep going into a haunted murder hotel, even though they know everyone who goes in there gets murdered. In Hell House, LLC 3: Lake of Fire, the final entry in the franchise, someone else decides to open the Abaddon Hotel up as a haunted attraction – with terrifying results. Watch the Hell House LLC 3 trailer below.

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one cut of the dead trailer

In 2017, Shinichirou Ueda‘s cleverly subversive zombie movie One Cut of the Dead hit Japanese theaters. It instantly became a box office sensation, grossing over a thousand times its budget and earning a nomination for Best Picture at the Japanese equivalent of the Oscars. It was a festival circuit darling, amassing raves from critics. A glitzy international release was a given. But two years later, we’ve heard mostly crickets Stateside. The film’s marketing-resistant twist might have been the biggest obstacle, as was Amazon Prime’s botched bootleg release last year.

But like an undead zombie rising from its grave, One Cut of the Dead is back with a vengeance. The Shudder streaming service came to the rescue, picking up the film and setting the zombie comedy for its long-awaited U.S. release this September. Watch the U.S. One Cut of the Dead trailer below.

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halloween horror nights creepshow

Navigating Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights just got a whole lot creepier. Creepshow is the theme of a new maze this year, and it will take inspiration from both the 1982 cult classic movie directed by George Romero and Shudder’s new anthology series. So get your knees flexing and your arms T-rexing and do the creep…show.

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tigers are not afraid trailer

Tigers Are Not Afraid caused a commotion on the festival circuit, but it was unclear when general U.S. audiences might get a chance to see it. Thankfully, Shudder came to the rescue and will be releasing the flick this summer. And when a film has the likes of Stephen King, Neil Gaiman and Guillermo del Toro singing its praises, it’s probably a film worth checking out. The film arrives in theaters this August, and there’s a new trailer to get you excited about what’s in store. Watch the Tigers Are Not Afraid trailer below.

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creepshow tv series trailer

Stephen King and George A. Romero’s Creepshow gets a new (after)life with Shudder’s Creepshow TV series. Greg Nicotero leads the charge, adapting new tales of terror to the small screen, adapted from stories by King, Joe Hill, and more. The first Creepshow TV series trailer has arrived ahead of show’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con, and with it comes an official release date.

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What’s New to Streaming in July 2019

Streaming in July 2019

Netflix gets all the attention, but there are other streaming services worth watching, too. As a new month dawns, we look beyond Netflix to see what’s streaming in July 2019. Amazon Prime Video will bring the vastly underrated neo-noir Under the Silver Lake to subscribers. Hulu has the incredible moon landing documentary Apollo 11. That same subject gets explored in a different way on HBO Now with First Man. And Shudder will be unleashing John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness. These titles and more await you in July.

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