New On Shudder: January 2018
Happy New Year to all of you gorehounds and thrill-seekers! The weather outside is still frightful but if your New Year’s resolution is to watch more horror, Shudder is here to help. Whether it’s polarizing genre-straddlers (Red State has no middle ground) or simply more Aronofsky to watch as you recover from that screening of mother!, the streaming site has you covered with fresh titles and new exclusives to get 2018 started strong.
1/11: DON’T GROW UP (2015) - On an isolated island, a group of teenage delinquents living in a youth center wake up to find themselves alone with no one to watch over them. After enjoying their freedom by partying, their supervisor suddenly gets sick and attacks them. When they fight back and kill him, they flee the scene only to find that the adults they encounter Along the way are infected with the same violent, and incredibly dangerous disease. It soon becomes very clear that in order to survive they cannot grow up.
1/18: JORDSKOTT Season 2 - Detective Eva Thornblad (Moa Gammel) returns in this eerie, Nordic Noir series laced with Gothic menace. Eva returns to her old job in Stockholm in an attempt to put the haunting events that occurred in Silverhojd behind her and begin a new chapter. However, the discovery of a mutilated corpse floating beneath the ice of a suburban lake leads her to believe she is not yet done with her past.
The full list of titles coming to Shudder next month is below:
Wolves in the Snow (2002) - US
It Stains the Sands Red (2016) - US
Daughters of Dracula (1972) - US
A Horrible Way To Die (2010) - US
Frailty (2001) - US
Pi (1998) - US
Mr. Jones (2013) - US
Red State (2011) - US
Don’t Grow Up (2015) - A Shudder Exclusive (US/Canada/UK)
The Eye 2 (2004) - US
The Eye 3 (2005) - US
Jordskott Season 2 (2017) – A Shudder Exclusive Series (US/Canada)
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.