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The Best Movies and Shows on Shudder
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Horror cinema continues to proliferate streaming platforms across the web, our mobile devices, and our living room TVs. The genre itself is so popular that a dedicated category on Netflix, Hulu, and other competitive streamers isn’t enough — the ghouls and vamps needed their own home. Thus, we have Shudder. Owned and operated by AMC Networks (the titans responsible for Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead), Shudder is home to thousands of movies, TV shows, documentaries, and Shudder exclusives … and it’s all horror. For fans of the genre and all its madness and macabre manifestations, we’ve perused Shudder’s extensive library to bring you this roundup of the best movies and shows on Shudder this month.
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After a series of grave robberies at a Texas cemetery, Sally (Marilyn Burns), her brother Franklin (Paul A. Partain), and three of their friends take a road trip to the burial grounds to ensure their grandfather’s headstone is intact. After a terrifying run-in with a deranged hitchhiker (Edwin Neal), the tweens try to make the most of the day and decide to drive to Sally’s grandfather’s house for a swim at the local watering hole. An idyllic summer afternoon becomes a nightmare when instead of having fun at the lake, the gang is besieged by a family of butchers-turned-cannibals.
In part a response to the horrors of the ongoing Vietnam War, Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is low-budget filmmaking at its finest. Gritty and all too real, the film would spawn an entire canon of films, novels, and comic books while also introducing the world to Leatherface (Gunnar Hansen), the chainsaw-wielding king of the notorious people-eaters.
Rotten Tomatoes: 89%
Stars: Marilyn Burns, Gunnar Hansen, Paul A. Partain
Director: Tobe Hooper
Runtime: 83 minutes
A cinematic extension of Robin Means Coleman’s book Horror Noire, this revelatory documentary traces the roots of Black Americans across decades of genre cinema. Assembling a who’s-who of writers, directors, producers, actors, scholars, and other industry experts, director Xavier Burgin explores the hardships, tribulations, and perseverance of Black filmmakers and performers, as viewed through the telling lens of horror films. Contributors include writer-director-producer Jordan Peele (Get Out, Us), actor Tony Todd (Candyman), actor Ken Foree (The Devil’s Rejects, Halloween), and more.
Rotten Tomatoes: 100%
Stars: Jordan Peele, Tony Todd, Ken Foree
Director: Xavier Burgin
Runtime: 83 minutes
In writer-director-producer Jon Schnitzer’s Haunters: The Art of the Scare, the filmmaker shines a light on the kind of hobbyists that make a neighborhood lively come Halloween: Home-haunters. From literal backyard operations to top-of-the-line enterprises, Schnitzer spends countless hours with the haunters, their friends and families, and the industry experts creating an all-encompassing portrait of the sweat, heart, and humanity (or lack thereof) that goes into producing a successful haunt attraction. One thing is for sure: It’s a year-round commitment with efforts often unpaid and underappreciated. Like any entrepreneurial endeavor, though, one must love what one does, or it’s all for nothing. Scaring innocent people is no different, apparently.
Rotten Tomatoes: 100%
Stars: Jacob Chase, Jason Blum, Jen Soska
Director: Jon Schnitzer
Runtime: 88 minutes
There’s no doubt that the ’80s imbued today’s culture with trends, fashion, and other motifs that show no signs of stopping. Thanks to shows like Stranger Things and films like the two-part It remake, the ’80s continue to make waves, spawning other copycat media in its wake. There are entire categories on popular streamers like Netflix just for ’80s flicks, and there’s always more coming. In David A. Weiner’s In Search of Darkness we get a front-row seat to horror’s true golden age: The glorious 1980s. Featuring talking head interviews with filmmakers, performers, critics, and other movers and shakers, Weiner approaches the bloody decade year by year, focusing on the critical films that paved the way for modern horror cinema’s successful reign.
Rotten Tomatoes: 94%
Stars: David A. Weiner, Weary Pines, Jim Kunz
Director: David A. Weiner
Runtime: 265 minutes
In 1982, horror dream-team George Romero and Stephen King teamed up for a wild collaboration, a little film called Creepshow. Styled after the EC Comics horror publications of the ’40s and ’50s, particularly Tales from the Crypt, the film presented five stand-alone genre tales, each packed with stylized comic book visuals, big performances (from the likes of Ted Danson, Ed Harris, and Leslie Nielson), and plenty of gore. Cut from the same cloth as the formative original, Greg Nicotero’s Shudder reimagining of Creepshow goes a step further with the anthology format by dedicating singular episodes to one tale of terror each. Talents include actors Tobin Bell (the Saw franchise), Giancarlo Esposito (The Mandalorian, Breaking Bad), and horror cinema’s goofy can’t-kill-him uncle, David Arquette (the Scream franchise).
Rotten Tomatoes: 97%
Stars: Madison Bailey, Cailey Fleming, Jake Garber
Director: Greg Nicotero
Number of Seasons: 2
Movies can garner reputations for a number of reasons. Usually, it’s not because of a string of gruesome deaths attached to a film’s preproduction or principal photography. Sometimes, though, there’s no escaping a series of misfortunes. In Jay Cheel’s Cursed Films, we visit five iconic films, each with spine-chilling behind-the-scenes stories of accidents, deaths, and bad juju. These include The Exorcist, Poltergeist, The Omen, The Crow, and Twilight Zone: The Movie. Were these productions truly cursed? Watch the series to decide for yourself.
Rotten Tomatoes: 92%
Stars: Jay Cheel, April Wolfe, Matt Gourley
Director: Jay Cheel
Number of Seasons: 1
Who better to lead a highbrow talking-heads panel of horror film experts and creators than Eli Roth? Renowned for his own bloody contributions to the genre (Cabin Fever, Hostel, Knock Knock), the docuseries explores a series of subgenres within horror cinema, diving into the origins and cultural impacts of each vivisection. Focuses include ghosts, demons, haunted houses, vampires, and more. If you’re a fan of the series, a third season will be hitting AMC sometime later this year. Are you a devout cord-cutter? No worries. Season 3 will likely find its way to Shudder soon after its cable run.
Rotten Tomatoes: N/A
Stars: Eli Roth, Greg Nicotero, Rob Zombie
Director: Kurt Sayenga
Number of Seasons: 2
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