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Jakob's Wife Starring Barbara Crampton and CM Punk Comes to Shudder
The upcoming indie horror film Jakob's Wife brings horror veteran Barbara Crampton, and professional wrestler turned actor CM Punk together for a bloody event this August. Barbara Crampton as Anne Fedder in the horror film JAKOB'S WIFE, an RLJE Films and Shudder release Photo courtesy of RLJE Films and Shudder. The supernatural thriller film will drop exclusively[...]
Great White Director Martin Wilson on Conservation in Survival Film
I spoke to the star, who plays Kaz, about what attracted her to the Martin Wilson film, how efficiently he ran his set, facing her fears on set as an action lead, and bonding with her co-stars prior to filming. Image courtesy of Shudder / RLJE Films Why Katrina Bowden Decided to Play Kaz in Great White "I've[...]
Great White Director Martin Wilson on Conservation in Survival Film
I spoke to the director about the inspiration behind the film, casting, and the conservation message within the horror. Image courtesy of Shudder / RLJE Films Inspiration for Great White "I think [Great White] was based out of growing up in Australia," Martin said "There's an ever-present threat of great whites in the island We got a lot[...]
Caveat Invites You to an Island of Ghosts and Weird Drum Bunnies
Jason chats with writer and director Damian Mc Carthy, whose new film Caveat premiered on Shudder on June 3rd. Caveat poster and Castle Talk logo used by permission. The producers describe this tense Irish haunted house movie thus: In Caveat, Lone drifter Isaac accepts a job to look after his landlord's niece, Olga, for a few days in[...]
Shudder Will Release The Next V/H/S Film Exclusively On The Service
Shudder has announced that they will exclusively carry the next entry in the cult favorite V/H/S series on their service In V/H/S/94, "after the discovery of a mysterious VHS tape, a brutish police swat team launch a high-intensity raid on a remote warehouse, only to discover a sinister cult compound whose collection of pre-recorded material uncovers a[...]
Shudder Adds Mosquito State To Its Summer Of Chills Series
Shudder is bringing the scary this summer, as they have added festival darling Mosquito State to the line-up of films debuting as part of the initiative Said Craig Engler, general manager of Shudder, "Mosquito State is a masterful allegory for the 2007 financial crisis – Wall Street meets The Fly – and serves as the perfect ending to Shudder's[...]
Halloween's Andi Matichak Stars In Trailer For Son, Out March 5th
The film will come exclusively to horror streaming service Shudder on July 8th Starring Andi Matichak, Emile Hirsch, and Luke David Blumm, the film was directed by Ivan Kavanagh We spoke to Andi about her starring role in Son not too long ago and dealing with some of the heavy themes the film tackles Demonic[...]
Séance Director Simon Barrett on Going Above and Beyond for Film
I spoke to Barrett about the inspirations behind the film, how his stars became his saving grace on the project, and what he's learned working with V/H/S director Adam Wingard. Image courtesy of RLJE Films and Shudder "Séance is kind of supernatural Giallo throwback kind of set at a girls' boarding school," Barrett said[...]
The Reckoning is Descent Director's Harrowing Look at Witchfinding
Jason chats with Neil Marshall, whose film The Reckoning comes to Shudder on May 13. The Reckoning, co-written by Marshall and actress Charlotte Kirk, who also stars in the film, deals with witch-finding, the process of prosecuting people for the crime of witchcraft In the chat, Marshall talks about how these prosecutions were often perversely corrupt[...]
Fried Barry Puts An Alien Behind The Wheel Of A Drug-Addled Body
For this episode, Jason chats with Ryan Kruger, director of Fried Barry, which comes to Shudder on May 7th. The film is a solid example of what a boon to genre fans Shudder has been—alongside 1940s classics and contemporary slashers, there's room for wild experiments with Fried Barry, the gonzo story of a person wandering Cape[...]
Spindell's The Mortuary Collection Is A Return To Classic Anthologies
The Mortuary Collection, which premiered on the horror streaming service Shudder, is releases this month VOD, VOD, Digital HD, DVD, and Blu-ray. Spindell tells Jason that the origins of this anthology lay in a 2015 short subject called The Baby Sitter Murders that the director was able to turn into an entire segment of the film[...]
Shudder Releases Trailer For George A. Romero's The Amusement Park
Shudder will release George A Romero's lost film The Amusement Park this summer The film will debut on June 8th, part of their "Summer of Chills" line-up, which will debut twelve films in twelve weeks The film was recently discovered, having been completed 46 years ago by the iconic horror director The film was restored[...]
Bonkers Trailer For Fried Barry Is Here, Hitting Shudder Next Week
Shudder continues to add interesting titles for us to view On May 7th, we get to watch Fried Barry, a bonkers-looking film out of South Africa that sees an alien take over the body of a drug-filled slacker man and discovers all of the ills the people of Earth inflict on themselves and each other[...]
A new week brings two more twisted tales of terror from Shudder and showrunner/EP Greg Nicotero's (The Walking Dead) hit horror anthology series Creepshow And the best part- for purely selfish reasons? We have an exclusive sneak preview that helps set the mood for the horrors that await you Based on the horror-comedy classic and[...]
Shudder Adds In May: Psycho Goreman, Skull: The Mask, More
Shudder will add a bunch of new original films and more this May, as the best bargain in streaming continues to bolster its already robust line-up One of the films coming to the service is Psycho Goreman, destined for cult status and a mega-fun watch Skull: The Mask is the original that interests me the[...]