New To Shudder In September: 61 Days Of Halloween, Glenn Danzig’s Horror Movie, And More


This yr has been a bit tough, however fortunately, we’re nearing Halloween, a time when horror is smart. AMC’s horror-themed streaming service Shudder–which lately had a huge hit on its hands with the movie Host–has rather a lot deliberate not just for September however for October as nicely.

Shudder has introduced 61 Days of Halloween, a two-month-long celebration of horror, starting on September 1. There are loads of films coming to the service throughout this time. “We usually call October our ‘Super Bowl month,’ but this year we’re starting on Sept. 1, so the 61 Days of Halloween will be our Super Bowl combined with Mardi Gras and Christmas,” defined Shudder’s basic supervisor Craig Engler. “We start on day one with one of the biggest horror movies of the year, Nicolas Cage in Richard Stanley’s mind-bending Color Out of Space–no less than the best cinematic adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft ever–and roll on through to Halloween with a big premiere every week. And then we’re going to finish October with a surprise that will have horror fans everywhere talking.”

Coming on September 1 is Bram Stoker’s Dracula directed by Francis Ford Coppolla. Starring Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins, and Keanu Reeves, the movie follows a barrister (lawyer) who’s imprisoned by Dracula. From there, Dracula wreaks havoc on all those that are available in contact with him. It is definitely the most-mainstream and identified of all the things coming to the service.

However, the place Shudder shines is the lesser-known haunts which can be price your time. If you are within the temper for a bit Nicolas Cage–and who is not?–Color Out of Space arrives on September 1 as nicely. Based on the H.P. Lovecraft form of the identical identify, the movie follows a household on a farm, and meteorite lands on their property. Of course, this area rock has an alien organism connected to it which impacts the household’s thoughts and transforms them.

There are some traditional Vincent Price films touchdown in October, together with the follow-up to Timo Tjahanto’s May the Devil Take You Too. However, some of the fascinating films coming to Shudder in both of the month’s is Glenn Danzig’s Verotika, which lands on September 24. Called “The Room of horror movies,” A former singer of the Misfits directs a trilogy of erotic horror tales, which Rolling Stone known as “absolutely bonkers.” Watch the trailer for yourself and try to make sense of it.

Below, you will discover all the things coming to the Shudder streaming service for the month of September. The service prices $6 a month–$4.75 should you subscribe annually–and it incorporates films, TV exhibits, documentaries, and unique content material all revolving across the horror style.

New to Shudder in September

September 1

  • Bram Stoker’s Dracula (Director: Francis Ford Coppola)
  • Color Out of Space
  • Countless Dracula (Director: Peter Sasdy)
  • The Vampire Lovers (Director: Roy Ward Baker)
  • Victor Crowley (Director: Adam Green)

September 2

  • Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley’s Island of Dr. Moreau (Director: David Gregory)

September 7

  • Fade to Black (Director: Vernon Zimmerman)
  • Southbound (Directors: Roxanne Benjamin, David Bruckner, Patrick Horvath, Radio Silence)

September 10

  • NOS4A2 Season 2

September 14

  • Door into Darkness (Director: Dario Argento)
  • Holliston (Seasons 1 and a couple of)
  • Starfish (Director: A.T. White)

September 17

  • Spiral
  • Rabbit (Director: Luke Shanahan)

September 24

  • Verotika (Director: Glenn Danzig)

Coming to Shudder in October for 61 Days of Halloween

October 1

  • Scare Me
  • The Vincent Price Collection: House of Usher, The Masque of the Red Death, The Tomb of Ligeria, Theater of Blood, and The Monster Club
  • Revenge of the Ghoul Log

October 8

  • The Cleansing Hour

October 15

  • The Mortuary Collection

October 22

  • 32 Malasana Street

October 23

  • Joe Bob Halloween 2020 Special – 9 PM ET

October 29

  • May the Devil Take You Too

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