boys from county hell clip

Get ready to sink your teeth into Boys From County Hell, a new Irish vampire comedy headed to horror streaming service Shudder this week. Ahead of the premiere, we’re debuting an exclusive clip from the film, which stars Jack Rowan (Peaky Blinders), Nigel O’Neill (The Bookshop), Louisa Harland (Derry Girls), Fra Fee (Animals, Hawkeye), John Lynch (The Terror, The Banishing) and Michael Hough (Chapelwaite). Chris Baugh (Bad Day for the Cut) writes and directs the pic, which is set in Six Mile Hill, “a sleepy town whose only claim to fame is that locals say Bram Stoker once spent a night in the local pub.”

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shudder Halfway to Halloween

It’s almost April, which means one thing and one thing only: we’re halfway to Halloween. The fine folks at Shudder, the horror streaming service, are commemorating the occasion by launching its annual Halfway to Halloween Month, featuring a slew of premieres and other creeptacular entertainment to chill your bones. Shudder’s Halfway to Halloween will bring about the premiere of the new season of Creepshow, the Train to Busan sequel Peninsula, a collection of films from legendary producer Val Lewton, and more.

Below, check out an exclusive Shudder Halfway to Halloween trailer, and get more details.

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the banishing trailer

Dusty rooms, English accents, children’s games turned ominous, Sean Harris showing up and saying things with his creepy voice – The Banishing appears to have it all! This new Shudder horror film comes from director Christopher Smith (Creep, Severance, Triangle) and follows a family who move into an old manor only to discover the joint is haunted. And it’s “based on the true story” of England’s most haunted house. Watch The Banishing trailer below.

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lucky clip

Below you’ll find an exclusive clip from Lucky, a horror film headed to Shudder this week. It’s another time-loop movie, with Brea Grant playing a self-help author who finds herself stalked and killed by a masked killer every night – until she takes matters into her own hands. Grant also wrote the film, which was directed by Natasha Kermani and has been making the festival circuit for a few months now.

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the amusement park shudder

George A. Romero may be gone but his legend lives on through his body of work. And that work is still coming. The Amusement Park, a 1973 film from Romero that was never officially released, is finally coming to the masses thanks to the Shudder streaming service. Word of the film started making the rounds back in 2018, and now it’s been restored in 4K by IndieCollect, and now horror streaming service Shudder plans to release the film in North America, the UK, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand this summer.

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‘Creepshow’ Renewed for Season 3 At Shudder

creepshow halloween special

Are you ready for more scares? More creeps? More shows? Well, you’re about to get them now that Creepshow has been renewed for a third season at Shudder. The horror streaming service has ordered Creepshow season 3, as the second season prepares to debut on Shudder this year.

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violation trailer

Shudder has released the first official trailer for Violation ahead of the revenge thriller’s March premiere on the horror streaming service. The feature filmmaking debut of Madeleine Sims-Fewer and Dusty MancinelliViolation is a brutal feminist revenge fable that stars Sims-Fewer as a woman on a country retreat with her sister and their partners, who slowly unravels through the weekend. Watch the Violation trailer below.

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new shudder movies

Shudder, the excellent horror streaming service that everyone should join, is ready to unleash eleven movie premieres in eleven weeks here in 2021. The films “span five countries on three continents and range from dark comedy to survival horror to period psychological thrillers,” and “represent vibrant, creative passion driving independent and international genre cinema today, with titles that have been official selections at top film festivals including Sundance, Toronto, SXSW and Tribeca. In addition, five of the eleven are directed or co-directed by female filmmakers.”

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the reckoning release date

The Reckoning, the latest from The Descent director Neil Marshall, has found a home: RLJ Entertainment and horror streaming service Shudder have purchased the film for a 2021 release. The movie, which follows a woman falsely accused of being a witch, has had somewhat of a bumpy road. The project was originally set up at MoviePass Films (remember them?), and then, things got further bogged down when star and co-writer Charlotte Kirk, who is also dating Marshall, became embroiled in two Hollywood scandals.

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Slasher Flesh and Blood

David Cronenberg, one of the two best things to come out of Canada (the other is ketchup chips), will star in the new season of Slasher on Shudder. The latest season is titled Slasher: Flesh and Blood, and it follows a wealthy family targeted by a killer on a secluded island. It’s not clear how big Cronenberg’s role will be, but this certainly isn’t the first time the filmmaker has appeared in front of the camera. Not only does he have a wealth of cameos, but he also had a major role in Clive Barker’s cult classic Nightbreed.

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