Halloween celebrations might not be fully underway quite yet, as many horror fans are still enjoying the last few weeks of summer, but streaming service Shudder is making sure that subscribers have plenty of frightening titles to check out as temperatures start to drop, with the platform unveiling their slate of debuts for September. As is usually the case with the service, September will see the debut of original and exclusive films, new seasons of series, and an impressive catalog of beloved titles that you won't find anywhere else. Scroll down to check out what Shudder has in store for audiences.
- Invasion of the Body Snatchers
- The Haunting
Superhost (Shudder Original)
- Teddy and Claire are travel vloggers who run a channel called "SUPERHOST" where they travel and share their experiences in and around vacation homes and, until recently, had become successful doing it. With a dwindling subscriber count, they find the perfect opportunity to create content that people want to see when they meet Rebecca, the host of their most recent trip. Slowly they start to realize that something isn't right with Rebecca, and as they investigate it further, they unlock a horrifying truth. She doesn't just want a great review, she wants something far worse.
- Grave Encounters
- Grave Encounters 2
- They Look Like People
- Jug Face
- Dark Waters
Martyrs Lane (Shudder Original)
- Leah, 10, lives in a large, run-down vicarage with her parents and hostile older sister. She can't quite work out why her mother seems distant and is fascinated by the locket she wears around her neck. At night the vicarage seems to come alive with sounds. One morning, Leah spots the locket left on the bathroom shelf. She opens it and steals what she finds inside, sparking a chain of events that will turn the sounds that she hears at night into something much more frightening.
- Ms. 45
- The Columnist
- The House of the Devil
- Hammer House of Horror
- The Devil's Rain
- Extraordinary Tales
- 13 Cameras
Creepshow: Season 3 (Shudder Original)
- Based on the 1982 horror-comedy classic, the anthology Creepshow returns for a third season and is still the most fun you'll ever have being scared! A comic book comes to life in a series of vignettes, exploring terrors ranging from murder, creatures, monsters, and delusions to the supernatural and unexplainable. You never know what will be on the next page.
- Phantasm III
- Phantasm IV
- Phantasm Ravager
Stay tuned for details on upcoming Shudder releases.
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