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What’s New On Shudder: June 2017

Shudder has been killing it lately with outstanding exclusives, bringing unique titles like Prevenge, Sweet Sweet Lonely Girl, and The Devils to horror enthusiasts every month. The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, and so the streaming site is keeping the party going with three creepy new exclusives hitting Shudder this month.

Noroi: The Curse – Paranormal expert and documentarian Masafumi Kobayashi seeks the truth behind a string of paranormal incidents connected by the legend of an ancient demon called the “kagutaba” in the found footage J-horror masterpiece Noroi: The Curse. Never before released in the U.S., Noroi: The Curse is available only on Shudder today.

Among the LivingAmong The Living is a Shudder Exclusive written and directed by Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo (Inside); a French coming-of-age horror story that follows three boys realizing their average small town is not what it seems. Under the surface of a dusty film studio, they discover a horrific secret that puts their lives in the crosshairs of danger. Available for the first time in the U.S. on June 15th.

Show Pieces - From the mind of legendary writer Alan Moore (Watchmen, V For Vendetta) and acclaimed photographer/director Mitch Jenkins comes the multi-layered film anthology Show Pieces, five chapters of madness and murderous misdeeds intersecting to form an original noir thriller. See it on Shudder, June 29th.

Here’s the full list of June titles:

June 1

Noroi: The Curse (2005)

June 5

Beyond the Darkness (1979)

Cathy’s Curse (1977)

Emmanuelle and the Last Cannibals (1977)

June 12

The Puppet Man (2016)

I Want You Inside Me (2016)

The Treatment (2014) Assche

June 15

Among The Living (2014)

June 19

Child Eater (2016)

The Banishing (2013)

June 26

Show Pieces (2012)

Blue Sunshine (1977)

The Grey Matter (2014)

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A.M. Novak is a California-based freelance writer and staunch Halloween 6 apologist. Her horror film analyses have appeared on Birth. Movies. Death.,Vague Visages, F This Movie!, Daily Grindhouse, and wherever they'll let her talk about scary movies. Follow her shenanigans on Twitter @BookishPlinko.

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