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Aaron B. Koontz Is Confident Horror Fans Will Appreciate Scare Package II: Rad Chad’s Revenge [Interview]

Nobody expected Scare Package to be as much of a hit as it was – not least co-creator Aaron B. Koontz who, alongside collaborator Cameron Burns, re-energized the horror anthology in a time when many o...

‘A Wounded Fawn’ is An Invigorating Blend of Greek Mythology and Bloody Female Revenge [Review]

With a title like A Wounded Fawn, ‘70-style grainy cinematography and even credits stylized to look like fancy sloping script, you might be forgiven for thinking Travis Stevens’s latest is an impenetr...

The Reef: Stalked is Surprisingly Effective Sharksploitation [Review]

The Reef: Stalked – ostensibly an incredibly late sequel to 2010’s The Reef, but not really – has the wildest opening of any sharksploitation movie, maybe ever. I don’t say that lightly; it’s truly in...

Panu Aaltio Discusses the Score for Shudder’s ‘The Twin’

There are a lot of new horror films for audiences to pick from at the moment: IFC Midnight’s Watcher, A24’s Men, David Cronenberg’s Crimes of the Future, and Shudder’s A Banquet being a few of them. A...

Cinematographer Christopher Rejano Breaks Down Shudder’s NIGHT’S END

This month Shudder is bringing back its popular “Halfway To Halloween” celebration, which includes its hotline of personal recommendations on what to watch and some impressive originals, such films li...

Director Roberto Zazzara Discusses His Latest Film The Bunker Game [Exclusive]

What happens when a live action role-playing game becomes all too real? This is the premise of Shudder’s new spine-tingling film, The Bunker Game. The synopsis of the film via Shudder: Laura is an act...

Behind the Music: Speaking With Slapface Composer Barry J. Neely

The Shudder slate this month features originals like All the Moons, They Live in the Grey and Hellbender. Another notable addition is Jeremiah Kipp’s monster tale Slapface. Slapface stars August Matur...

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The Advent Calendar Creator Patrick Ridremont Unwraps Shudder’s Chilling Holiday Horror Film [Interview]

Following The Advent Calendar's premiere on Shudder, director/writer Patrick Ridremont delves into the film's horrifically clever design.

The Advent Calendar is Middling Holiday Horror [Review]

Festive horror continues to do big business, possibly because Christmas is such an intense time of year, or maybe because pairing something joyous with something horrifying nearly always works like ga...

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