10 HOST Easter Eggs You Might Have Missed
The filmed-in-lockdown screen horror Host has taken the horror world by storm, nabbing the top spot (as of this writing) on Rotten Tomatoes’ list of Best Horror Movies of 2020. As fans go back to watch for a second or third time, they’re starting to notice some of the many Easter eggs the filmmakers have scattered throughout the movie. We asked co-screenwriter/executive producer Jed Shepherd to share a few of his favorites to get you started…
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.
From HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES To 3 FROM HELL: The Films of Rob Zombie
When talking about Rob Zombie, it’s important to address where we’re at with horror these days. Independent filmmakers are cherry-picked to helm big tentpole films and have every decision second-guessed, and it seems rare to see a director regularly defy the rules laid out before them. It’s a breath of fresh air to see up-and-coming filmmakers like Ari Aster, Robert Eggers, and Osgood Perkins give genre fans something unique that digs under your skin and lives there.
Get Love Sick With Our Latest Collection
Roses are red, violets are blue, and this Valentine’s Day on Shudder, we’ve got terror for you. Celebrate this almighty holiday of chocolate and guilt love with something a little darker from our Love Sick collection. From Ganja & Hess to Dogs Don’t Wear Pants with Audition, Spring, and Return Of The Living Dead III in between, there’s something for every date night plan. But don’t take our word for it — here’s what this eclectic group of horror-loving fiends has to say about them.
Dig Deeper Into CREEPSHOW With These Behind-The-Scenes Featurettes
Creepshow Season 1 may be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t revisit some of the best parts of the series so far. From deep-cut Easter eggs, old friends, and new faces to honoring George Romero’s legacy and creating something spooky from a place of love, there’s tons to dig into.
SEASON OF THE WITCH And The Dissatisfied Woman
When Season Of The Witch released in 1973, its original title was Hungry Wives. The term is an apt one, nailing both the protagonist’s insatiable thirst for flesh and power and a social commentary on the shifting role of women in society. George A. Romero, no stranger to socio-political commentary in his films, sandwiched his witchy unpacking of feminist evolution between two genre examinations of social unrest; zombie-fest The Night Of The Living Dead and bio-horror The Crazies.