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Shudder Announces 61 Days of Halloween With Seven New Original and Exclusive Movies

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Shudder are extending the Halloween season this year with two months of new horror movies.

If you're a horror fan, your favourite time of year is no doubt Halloween, but the season seems to come and go in the blink of an eye every year. This year, horror streaming service Shudder are declaring '61 Days of Halloween' beginning on September 1st. Hey, if Christmas can start before Halloween, why can't Halloween begin in September?

Shudder UK's September/October lineup includes seven new original/exclusive movies (details below); ​a new The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs​ Halloween special; a collection highlighting Vincent Price; a special 'Ghoul Log' screensaver; a Halloween Hotline hosted by Shudder’s head curator, Samuel Zimmerman; and in the words of Shudder supremo Craig Engler, "a surprise that will have horror fans everywhere talking," to finish the season.


Malik (Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, ​American Horror Story​), and Aaron (Ari Cohen, ​It: Chapter Two​), a same-sex couple, move to a small town in search of a better environment for them and their 16-year-old daughter (Jennifer Laporte, ​Web of Dreams​). But nothing is as it seems as something sinister lies behind the picturesque homes and welcoming faces of their new neighbours. With Ty Wood, Chandra West and Lochlyn Munroe. Written by Colin Minihan (writer of the Shudder Original ​Z​ and the upcoming new Urban Legend​) and John Poliquin, directed by Kurtis David Harder (​Summerland​).
Premieres September 17th


Experience an odyssey into the mind of rock legend Glenn Danzig (The Misfits, Danzig) in his directorial debut, a creepy, surreal, and bloody trilogy of erotic horror stories that critics have called “absolutely bonkers” (Rolling Stone), “a new cult horror favourite” (Bloody Disgusting) with the AV Club saying “everyone should get the chance to see what Danzig’s ego hath wrought...All I want to do is watch this movie again, with as many of my friends as I can assemble.” Starring Ashley Wisdom, Rachel Alig, Alice Tate, Kayden Kross, Scotch Hopkins, Sean Kanan and Natalia Borowsky. Directed by Glenn Danzig.
Premieres September 24th

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Scare Me
During a power outage, two strangers tell scary stories. The more Fred and Fanny commit to their tales, the more the stories come to life in the dark of a Catskills cabin. The horrors of reality manifest when Fred confronts his ultimate fear: Fanny may be the better storyteller. Starring Aya Cash, Josh Ruben and Chris Redd. Directed by Josh Ruben.
Premieres October 1st

The Cleansing Hour

The Cleansing Hour
Max and Drew are millennial entrepreneurs who’ve made themselves famous with a webcast they created called “The Cleansing Hour,” which streams live exorcisms. The catch? Each ceremony is elaborately staged to look real in order to dupe their global audience—until today, when today’s subject, Drew’s fiancé, actually turns out to be possessed. Starring Ryan Guzman, Kyle Gallner, Alix Angelis. Directed by Damien LeVeck.
Premieres October 8th

The Mortuary Collection

The Mortuary Collection
A young drifter applies for a job at the local mortuary and meets an eccentric mortician who chronicles the strange history of the town through a series of twisted tales, each more terrifying than the last. Starring Clancy Brown, Caitlin Custer, Barak Hardley, Christine Kilmer and Jacob Elordi. Directed by Ryan Spindell.
Premieres October 15th

32 Malasana Street

32 Malasana Street
It’s 1976. The Olmedo family has left the countryside for a new life in Madrid. But their new home becomes a house of horrors in this hit supernatural thriller based on actual paranormal events. Starring Begoña Vargas, Iván Marcos, Bea Segura, Sergio Castellanos, José Luis de Madariaga, Iván Renedo, Javier Botet. Directed by Alberto Pintó.
Premieres October 22nd

May the Devil Take You Too

May the Devil Take You Too
Timo Tjahjanto has made a name for himself as one of the world’s most exciting horror directors, with standout segments in anthology films ​The ABCs of Death​ and​ V/H/S/ 2,​ and features like supernatural thrill ride ​May the Devil Take You​ and action extravaganza ​The Night Comes for Us​. Now Tjahjanto returns with a sequel to his unforgettable 2018 hit. Two years after escaping from demonic terror, a young woman is still haunted by unnatural visions. The dangers that await her and her friends are increasingly threatening: the figure of darkness rises to take their lives. Starring Chelsea Islan, Widika Sidmore, Baskara Mahendra and Hadijah Shahab. Directed by Timo Tjahjanto.
Premieres October 29th