An Infection Breaks Out This Summer In ‘The Beach House’ Trailer

The Beach House is Jeffrey A. Brown’s directorial debutand stars Liana Liberato, Noah Le Gros, Jake Weber and Maryanne Nagel.


Escaping to a family’s beach house to reconnect, Emily and Randall find their off-season trip interrupted by Mitch and Jane Turner, an older couple acquainted with Randall’s estranged father. Unexpected bonds form as the couples let loose and enjoy the isolation, but it all takes an ominous turn as increasingly strange environmental phenomena begin to warp their peaceful evening. As the effects of an infection become evident, Emily struggles to make sense of the contagion before it’s too late.

The trailer and poster for The Beach House have arrived ahead of its July 9th release on AMC’s Shudder.

Gore-Filled Scare Package Headed To Shudder

Scare Package will premiere on Shudder in the U.S., Canada and the UK on June 18th.


SCARE PACKAGE brings together some of the brightest rising stars in horror filmmaking, including Emily Hagins, Chris McInroy, Anthony Cousins, Hillary & Courtney Andujar and Aaron B. Koontz.
Award winning genre actor Noah Segan (Looper, Knives Out) and comedian/actor Baron Vaughn, (Grace & Frankie, Mystery Science Theater 3k) round out the current directing team, with their directorial debuts.

SCARE PACKAGE was born out of our love for Horror cinema!

We knew we couldn’t just do another Anthology and instead curated this so that each filmmaker/segment worked with a different horror sub-genre, taking aim at the tropes and overused clichés we find all too often in our favorite horror films.

We poke fun at the genre while embracing everything we love about it at the same time. 

SCARE PACKAGE was indeed made by horror fans, for horror fans!

South Korean Creature Feature Monstrum Coming To Shudder

Jong-ho Huh directs the South Korean creature feature Monstrum. Shudder will be releasing the film on May 14th. In 2018, Monstrum won the Audience Award at the Sitges International Film Festival.


Monstrum is set in 1527, during the reign of King Jungjong, it’s the 22nd year of Jungjong. The plague has taken over Joseon, and fear runs rampant in the streets. When rumors of a vicious beast roaming Mount Inwangsan–called “Monstrum” by terrified masses–begin to spread, fear turns into panic. In order to quell the rising panic, Jungjong brings back his most trusted general Yoon-gyeom from retirement. Joined by his daughter Myeong, his right-hand man Seong-han, and royal court officer Heo, Yoon-gyeom sets out to find the mysterious creature.

Woo-sik Choi (ParasiteTrain to Busan), In-kwon Kim, Myung-Min Kim and Hyeri Leestar star in the film.

Heo-dam and Jong-ho Huh wrote Monstrum.

Shudder Acquires Joko Anwar’s Impetigore

Shudder has acquired all rights in its territories to Joko Anwar’s Impetigore after debuting at Sundance earlier this year. The film will premiere July 23, 2020 on Shudder in the US, Canada and the UK.

Joko Anwar said, “Impetigore is my love letter to horror movies I grew up with, slashers, ghost stories, wrapped in a tragic family drama not unlike my family. I’m excited to be working again with Shudder to bring Impetigore to their members around the world.”

Impetigore stars Tara Basro (Satan’s Slaves), Marissa Anita (HBO Asia’s Folklore: A Mother’s Love), Asmara Abigail (Satan’s Slaves), Ario Bayu (Dead Time), and Christine Hakim (Eat, Pray, Love), and is written and directed by Joko Anwar.

Mother’s Day Just Got Spookier With Shudder’s Z

Horror fans will be delighted to here that Shudder is streaming Z on Mother’s Day. The very idea of an imaginary friend frightens me, though. You can’t see them. You don’t know what they are saying to their human companions. You don’t know how they feel about other family members. All you really see is your loved one talking to no one in particular. It’s when a child puts a name on that empty space next to them that sends a cold shiver down my spine. Why can’t other people see them? Do they not want to be seen? I’m sorry for the rant, it’s just that imaginary friends scare me. In films, horror films especially, imaginary friends are depicted as malevolent things that prey on children. Z seems to follow that same formula. I can’t wait to see it.


A family find themselves terrorized by their eight-year-old son’s imaginary friend.

What’s not to like and be scared about?