Shudder just won Halloween. The horror streaming service just announced its October line-up of shit-your-pants titles, kicking the Halloween season off with every. single. episode. of the George Romero-produced series Tales from the Darkside—it’s the only place you’ll find streaming all 83 episodes of the anthology, which is absurdly cool. But even better is the highly anticipated release of the French miniseries Beyond the Walls, Shudder’s first exclusive acquisition. It follows a woman who discovers a parallel world behind the wall of her recently inherited home and it looks like the kind of show that will peel the skin right off your bones—and that’s just two of the planned titles landing on Shudder this October (below is their entire line-up). They’re killing it.
If you’re not familiar with Shudder, it’s a streaming service dedicated to all of the things that go bump in the night, but it’s also so much more than that—it’s a collection of hundreds of horror films featuring some of the gnarliest shit the genre has to offer, impossible-to-find gems that will melt your eyeballs, and even some fantastic indie films like Nina Forever and the criminally underrated Murder Party. It doesn’t matter what kind of horror you’re into—you could even fancy some of that super weird shit like David Schmoeller’s Tourist Trap—because Shudder has it… they have it all.
Tales From The Darkside — The complete series (1983-1988)
Dungeon Of Harrow (1962)
Tony: London Serial Killer (2009)
Cherry Tree (2015)
Demons Of Ludlow (1983)
House Of The Living Dead (1974)
Horrors Of The Black Museum (1959)
Invasion Of The Blood Farmers (1972)
La Grande Bouffe (1973)
Legend Of Boggy Creek (1972)
Blood Rage (1987)
Funeral Home (1980)
The Stendhal Syndrome (1996)
Belladonna Of Sadness (1973)
The Happiness Of The Katakuris (2001)
Your Vice Is A Locked Room And Only I Have The Key (1972)
Beyond The Walls (2016)
Shudder is a premium streaming video service, serving both the casual and hardcore horror fan. With a wide range of high-quality films ranging from hard-to-find international and independent films to thrilling series to cult grindhouse classics to Hollywood blockbusters, Shudder has something for everyone. Head on over to Shudder to find out more!