A chilling blend of supernatural tropes Malaysian horror film Blood Flower dishes up twists that will leave you horrified and intrigued.
Enter the enigmatic world of Perpetrator – a supernatural thriller that blurs the lines between horror and empowerment, now out on Shudder.
Despite its chilling setting, Leave - a slow-burning horror film set in Scandinavia that follows a young woman's search for her birth parents - has a languid pace that fails to exude much dread, making this horror more ho-hum than horrific.
In one-man horror Deadstream, a desperate web influencer goes into a haunted house to do a livestream for sponsors in a bid to make money and save himself from debt.
A pitch-black comedy drama with some literal eyepopping gore, Australian thriller Sissy manages to take swipes at social media whilst delivering a character-led examination of childhood trauma. Aisha Dee is …
A diverting take on Edgar Allen Poe’s source for his macabre tales, Raven's Hollow mixes monster thrills with supernatural musings, referencing much of Poe’s works along the way.
Queer For Fear is a revealing series packed full of queer insight that shines a light on the hidden layers, intentionally or otherwise that exist within horror itself.
New to Shudder, Speak No Evil is a blisteringly dark film that absolutely no one with children should watch.
Who Invited Them is a diverting, performance-led, low-key horror that teases throughout before descending into the more obvious territory.
Shudder's Saloum is a brisk, top-notch horror film from Senegal, laced with folklore that does not stint on character or political commentary.
The 101 Scariest Movie Moments Of All Time is well above the standard normally set by these countdown programmes.
An American Gothic tale that mostly delivers, What Josiah Saw feels almost primaeval at times, and despite its flaws, haunts.