A Glossary Of Te Reo Māori Terms From THE DEAD LANDS
If you’ve been watching The Dead Lands on Shudder, you may have been wondering about some of the te reo Māori terms being used. So, to give you a bit of a deeper understanding of the Māori language, we’ve got a handy glossary for you.
Joe Bob’s Back For a HALLOWEEN HOOTENANNY
On Monday, the one and only Joe Bob Briggs announced the return of The Last Drive-In for the triple-feature extravaganza of the season: Joe Bob’s Halloween Hootenanny. Like A Very Joe Bob Christmas and Dinners of Death before it, the Halloween Hootenanny will feature three films themed for the occasion, but the titles are still top secret.
Horror Journalists Visited the Set of CREEPSHOW: Here’s What They Saw
Earlier this year, horror journalists were invited down to Atlanta to visit the set of our upcoming original series Creepshow, which is based on the Stephen King and George A. Romero 1982 horror anthology movie of the same name. With Greg Nicotero (The Walking Dead) as executive producer and showrunner, the six-episode series will see …
Coming in 2020: A Queer Horror Documentary from the Makers of HORROR NOIRE
We wrapped up this year’s Pride Month with an announcement about a Shudder original documentary that will tackle the complex history of queer representation in horror. The project will be overseen by writer/director Sam Wineman, co-host of Blumhouse’s Attack of the Queerwolf podcast, whose award-winning short, The Quiet Room, is coming to Shudder this summer. …
Coming to Shudder in July: PARTY HARD, DIE YOUNG and DEADTECTIVES
Guess what, Shudder fans – we’ve got not one but two great shudder originals for you to check out! First up from director Dominik Hartl and writers Robert Buchschwenter and Karin Lomot it’s Party Hard, Die Young. The film stars Elisabeth Wabitsch (Seventeen), Marlon Boess (Beautiful Girl), Markus Freistätter (Erik & Erika), and Michael Glantschnig (Wishlist). Matt Donato called it “A new-age slasher remix with plenty of intoxication, strobe lights and slaughter to spare.” TL;DR: “It rules.”
New Shudder Podcast Serves Up Horror History UNCUT
If you’ve seen Eli Roth’s History of Horror on Shudder (and if you haven’t, it’s great), you know what a killer lineup of authors, filmmakers and genre experts Roth lined up to help unpack topics like vampires, ghosts and slashers. Greg Nicotero and Rob Zombie? Got ’em. Diablo Cody? Check. Victor LaValle? Present. Edgar Wright, …
Get Your First Look at Greg Nicotero’s CREEPSHOW
For showrunner Greg Nicotero, Creepshow is more than just a passion project—it’s his life coming full circle. His first set visit ever was to 1982’s Creepshow movie, where he first met his friend (and later mentor) Tom Savini. And the 1987 sequel Creepshow 2 was among his earliest film credits. From the production offices of …
It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like CREEPSHOW
Killer Cast Announced for Creepshow‘s Adaptation of Stephen King Story “Grey Matter” Big news broke today out of Shudder’s Creepshow H.Q. in Atlanta: The series premiere will include an adaptation of a gnarly Stephen story, “Grey Matter,” from his 1978 collection, Night Shift. It will be directed by showrunner Greg Nicotero. The cast will include …
A Very CREEPSHOW Birthday
Today, the Creepshow crew surprised show runner, executive producer and giant Creepshow fan Greg Nicotero with a birthday cake inspired by the “Father’s Day” segment from the original film.
The HORROR NOIRE Syllabus
In February, we premiered our first original documentary, Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror, presenting a look at 100 years of cinema through the lens of African American depiction and participation in horror movies. It’s a fun, fascinating journey from The Birth of a Nation (which, for some, was undoubtedly a horror movie) through …